Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 06/09/2013Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 September 2013
It seems the Spanish minimum wage rate is €6.03 per hour. That means 1430 Spanish workers could be employed for 40 hours per week for the money Gareth Bale makes. Luckily enough, unemployment levels there are so low that no-one in Spain needs a job. And Gareth doesn't work for 40 hours. Here is the news...
1. TUPE Change
2. Pension Protection Fund Regulations
3. Apprenticeships in NI
4. NILSC Annual Report
5. Alana Jones and Workplace Solutions
6. Video Intro to Case Law Review 2013
7. GB Developments
8. Data Theft
9. Employment Cases in the Media
10. South of the Border
11. Case Law Review
Highlights this week: The 'big' TUPE changes were announced this week, for GB at least, and contracting
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