Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 27/01/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 27 January 2012
Does the PM mean no more small claims court human rights like wearing crosses; legal representation at hearings; and covert surveillance of employees? Are we to have no fun in the workplace anymore? Here is the news...
1. Employment Cases in the Media
2. Email Survey
3. Mediation Trials
4. Executive Pay
5. RIDDOR Changes
7. Pensions and Equality
8. Office Habits and Proposed Data Protection Changes
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - Court of Appeal rules on employers' vicarious liability for actions of violent employees; and Court of Justice of the EU rules on the doctrine of direct effect in relation to annual leave. The 2011 case law review, edited by
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