Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 13/03/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 March 2015
Some say he punched a colleague because of soup and sandwiches. Others that his middle name is actually Hubris. All we know is that he's called the Prig. And on that not-so-much-a-bombshell, here is the news...
1. Case Law Review
2. Amendments to Companies Act and Pension Rules
3. Consolidated National Minimum Wage Legislation
4. Not so Family-Friendly or Female-Friendly
5. Retain, Retrain, Recruit
6. Employment News in the Media
7. GB Developments
8. South of the Border
9. Friends of Legal-Island
10. Mock Employment Tribunal – 6 May
11. Weekend Weather and Thought-Provoking Videos
Case law essentials this week: Just the one NI case from John Taggart BL this week - but an important one for
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