Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 08/05/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 May 2015
With political parties preoccupied this week with trying to outnumber giant pandas in Scotland, here's the employment news that's slipped through the electioneering cracks...
1. Case Law Review
2. CFR Solicitors on Shared Parental Leave
3. Lock to be Appealed
4. Inflexible Cultures Stop Women Returning to Workplaces
5. Errors on Job Applications at Highest Level since 2011
6. Big Data and Data Protection
7. H&S Developments
8. Employment News in the Media
9. GB Developments
10. South of the Border
Case law essentials this week: John Taggart BL reports on a docker more concerned with finding esoteric procedural failings than actually addressing the substance of his claim; and the EAT
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