Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 12/06/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 12 June 2015
Nothing remotely funny happened this week. No wonder those FIFA boys took bribes. Just to relieve the boredom of a dull existence. Here is the ever-so-serious news this week...
1. Case Law Review
2. Judicial Appointment
3. Businesses Risk Losing Key Talent
4. One in Four have ‘Pulled a Sickie’
5. H&S Developments
6. Employment News in the Media
7. South of the Border
Case law essentials this week: Just the one this week, but an enlightening one, where an NI employer acted reasonably with a disgruntled employee and thereby did not fall foul of the ‘Malik’ test that applies in constructive dismissal cases. Good lessons for anyone dealing with alleged breach of contract grievances.
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