Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 28/11/2014Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 November 2014
Rather than yet another lame opener this week, we thought many of our readers (plebs included) would prefer this endearing short video called 'When I Grow Up I Want to be in HR', sent to us by Emer Hinphey of thinkpeople. Enjoy:
1. Case Law Review
2. Flexible Working
3. This is Not Working
4. Reducing the Risks from Christmas Parties
5. Pension Changes
6. Employment News in the Media
7. GB Developments
8. South of the Border
9. Health and Safety Developments
Case law essentials this week: John Taggart sets out the NI tribunals consider the threshold for establishing whether alleged breaches of discrimination are one-off actions or a series is not very high and claimants
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