Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 29/05/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 29 May 2015
FIFA officials "possibly corrupt"? In other shock employment news this week, zero hours contracts are described as "nothing much" and the National Minimum Wage as "not a lot". Before you know it, we'll have claims that well-known lawyer's husband, George Clooney, is "quite handsome"...
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Case law essentials this week: Two whistleblowing cases this week: The EAT finds it acceptable for an employer to provide the name of the whistleblower to the accused wrong-doer as
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