Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 16/10/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 October 2015
You'd think the selection panel for The Apprentice would do themselves a flavour and just pick the same sensible people they had on Bake Off, instead of the Sugar dumplings we saw this week. Here's a sweet selection of hand-made news items for you...
1. Case Law Review
2. Low Pay Commission
3. Presenteeism on the Rise
4. Employment News in the Media
5. GB Developments
6. South of the Border
7. Health and Safety Developments
8. Friends of Legal-Island
Case law essentials this week: How might regular payments for sick absence become contractual? John Taggart BL discusses same in an NI context.
Highlights this week: We're all going to work when we should be off sick. Except the
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