Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 11/05/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 11 May 2012
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1. Legal-Island Response to DEL Discussion Paper
2. NICCY reports
3. NICEM reports
4. Bop 'Til You Clock Back In
5. Protection of Freedoms Act 2012
6. Employment Cases in the Media
7. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT finds night time 'on-call' hours where employees can sleep in tied accommodation do not count towards National Minimum Wage calculations; and rules that employer had no right to withhold salary during suspension of employee accused of theft.
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