Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 11/01/2013Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 11 January 2013
We bring you the news almost as quickly as ex-French film star Gerard Depardieu can become Russian. But we're not avoiding taxes.
1. Survey Finds Pension Contributions Flatlining in Smaller Firms
2. NIJAC Opportunities
3. You Look Lovely and Cheap
4. Tax Breaks for Working Parents
5. Why Bother?
6. SUBSPORT Publish Over 200 Case Stories into Substitution of Dangerous Substances
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Case Law
Summary highlights: Few of us are paying enough into pensions; good-looking people get better jobs; working parents might get more money; and a new survey looks at workplace motivation. Lots of sexual shenanigans in the employment cases and the Queen is looking for
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