Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 31/08/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 31 August 2012
The Olympics have been good for employee morale according to our first item this week. That's all very well, but what happens when the Paralympics end and we start to irritate each other again after the wettest summer in the UK for 100 years? Seb Coe didn't think about that one, did he? Here is the news...
1. Going for Gold
2. Going for Broke
3. Going to Croak
4. Data Protection Offences Soar
5. Qualifying Overseas Pensions Schemes
6. Writ Way Next
7. GB Equality Act Developments
8. Employment Cases in the Media
9. Case Law
The Olympics are good for morale and the communication techniques used during the Olympic build helped prevent any worker deaths. Very good. Not so good is the story of
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