Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 13/06/2014Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 June 2014
That FIFA World Cup 'bribe' scandal just won't go away. Wow. In other astounding stories this week, Argentinean Pontiff is described as "Catholic" and family of bears is spotted defecating in woods after picnic. Here is the real news...
1. Case Law Review
2. Work and Families Bill
3. National Minimum Wage
4. Obesity a Disability?
5. Employer to Encourage Employees to Take Lunch Breaks
6. Working from Home
7. Day Dreaming Essential Skill for Business Owners
10. Health and Safety Developments
11. GB Developments
12. Employment News in the Media
13. South of the
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