Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 03/08/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 3 August 2012
So you thought you were too old to enter the next Olympics, did you? We learnt this week that you're not. We have a brand new Olympic sport now: slow Badminton. Here's the news, over (the net) and out...
1. Firms with Female Directors Perform Better Study Shows
2. Del Consultation on Education Maintenance Allowance Scheme
3. London Council Migrates Entire Workforce
4. Should Employers Do More to Help Employees in Financial Difficulties?
5. Case Law
6. Employment Cases in the News
1. FIRMS WITH FEMALE DIRECTORS PERFORM BETTER STUDY SHOWS
Firms with women on their boards have consistently outperformed those led by only male directors,
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