Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 13/01/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 January 2012
There are more giant pandas in Edinburgh zoo than Tory MPs in Scotland. Why not write the Scottish referendum question(s) in Mandarin? Everyone's a winner! Here is the news...
1. DEL Be No Welcome on the Hillside
2. Pensions Developments
3. Save Money and the Planet
4. Executive Pay Controls?
5. NILSC Equality Scheme
6. Agency Workers? We Don't Want to Give You That!
7. The Spy Who Came Out in the Cold
8. Psychosocial Risks at Work
9. Employment Cases in the Media
10. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - NI tribunal issues guidance on striking out applications; and EAT dismisses constructive dismissal claim from call centre worker asked to canvas for funds on helpline.
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