Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 13/09/2013Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 September 2013
Nothing this week to cause a fracas in Ballynahinch, although Creationists make an appearance in the media section, so we could be wrong. Here is the week's gentle and calming news...
1. Proposed EU Directive on Network and Information Security
2. National Minimum Wage
3. LRA Chair
4. Older Worker Good Practice Examples
5. GB Developments
6.Employment Cases in the Media
7. South of the Border
8. Case Law Review
Highlights this week: More EU directives and the EU is also looking to hear from anyone who has good practice in relation to the employment of older workers. Speaking of older workers, you might want to apply for the advertised post of part-time chair of the Labour Relations Agency.
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