Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 23/11/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 23 November 2012
We're still in the G8? Wow. Let's hope the others have more money than us if they're staying at Loch Erne. Here is the news...
1. Burn Out in the Workplace
2. Pensions in the Workplace
3. RTI Amendments
4. Unpaid Work
5. We Gotta Get Out of this Place
6. Employment Cases in the Media
7. Case Law
Summary highlights: We're all facing burn out and, although a third of us are highly engaged, managers have a 'two year itch', where productivity and engagement drop off. Unfortunately, we're also not prepared for auto enrolment. Some local cases in the Media section and the frightening news that Ikea "deeply regrets" the use of political prisoners as forced labour in communist East Germany
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