Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 08/06/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 June 2012
Here is the news, this week brought to you by Angela Schettino of thinkPeople:
What a week! The BBC was described as ‘substandard’, the Olympic torch remained lit despite the rain and Cheryl Cole sang live on TV!! Here’s some more believable news...
1. SMEs lack confidence.
2. Losing the plot on DRA Legislation.
3. CIPD ‘No fault’ consultation response.
4. Need guidance on immigration law?
5. Pension Enrolment Survey
6. Devil in the detail
7. Blowing the whistle on whistle-blowing reform 8. Do you mean me?
9. Information Consultation
10. Employment Cases in the Media.
11. Case Law.
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – The EAT affirms that
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