Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 15/06/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 June 2012
Maybe we should all follow the lead of the Irish supporters in Poland and just keep singing the next time we get booted out for poor performance? It would certainly make disciplinary hearings more fun. Here is the news...
1. Harassment in NI
2. Low Flying Visit
3. Pension Reforms in NI
4. Posting of Workers Enforcement Directive
5. Strengthened Settlement Agreements and 'Protected Conversations'
6. Olympic Planning
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT rules overspending on company credit card justified dismissal; and ECJ rules it is not age discriminatory to refuse to take into account previously (more or less identical) experience
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