Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 15/05/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 May 2015
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1. Case Law Review
2. Holidays? What Are Those?
3. You Don’t Have to be Drunk to Work Here but it Helps
4. Digital Single Market Strategy
5. Employment News in the Media
6. GB Developments
7. South of the Border
Case law essentials this week: John Taggart BL discusses the NI case of an employee dismissed for eating nuts at work; and the EAT continues to take a hard line in relation to breaches of early conciliation rules in GB employment cases.
Highlights this week: a third of us don't take holidays; young people take too
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