Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 11/10/2013Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 11 October 2013
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1. A Bright Start for Childcare
2. Women on Top
3. Digital Downtime
4. Safety First
5. GB Developments
6. Employment Cases in the Media
7. News South of the Border
8. Case Law Reviews
Highlights this week: OFMDFM sets out its new childcare strategy; we're all stressed to the nines at work; a new document on the treatment of pensions on compulsory transfer of staff from the public sector is published; the John McCririck tribunal retires to consider whether he was discriminated against on grounds
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