Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 28/09/2012Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 September 2012
The case got kicked out of the Magistrates' Court but John Terry ended up with a fine 50 times greater than anything it could have imposed. Should footballers have sound employment rights or are they now paid so much that we've stopped caring? Here is the news...
1. New LRA Arbitration Scheme Launched
2. Disability Best Practice for Employers
3. Youth Employment Scheme
4. NIJAC News
5. The Outlook is Cloudy
6. Eleven Million Workers Start to Join Pension Schemes
7. GB Tribunal Statistics
8. Republic of Ireland Employment Developments
9. Mental Health in Times of Crisis
10. Privatisation Could Save £22bn
11. Employment Cases in the Media
12. Case Law
Lots going on in NI this week, including the
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