Weekly Review of Developments 20/11/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 20 November 2015
The producer punched by Jeremy Clarkson is apparently suing the BBC and our Jezza for race discrimination. It could the biggest tribunal claim (pause for effect) in the world. And on that bombshell, here is the news...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Equality Scheme Commitments, S.75 Duties and Other Equality Issues
3. We Can't Survive If You Live On That
4. Pensions Developments
5. Skills Barometer
6. Bullying in the Workplace
7. Don't Leave Me This Way
8. News in the Media
9. GB Developments
10. Health and Safety Developments
11. South of the Border
Case law essentials this week: Our first case examines a case where an employee asks to be made redundant following a unilateral cut to his pay.
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