Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 23/10/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 23 October 2015
It can't be fun being left in Payne just before you perform. The 1D concert was called off faster than a rugby ref can run off a pitch. Still on speed, here's some news we quickly threw together this week...
1. Case Law Review
2. Criminal Records
3. Workers Need to be Able to Work For Longer
5. New Websites
6. Sickness Absence
7. News in the Media
8. GB Developments
9. South of the Border
10. Equality & Diversity E-Learning Module
Case law essentials this week: The ball has yet to be kicked into touch in the USA v Nolan case, which was dismissed by the Supreme Court this week and remitted to the Court of Appeal to deal with the "Fujitsu" issue. Closer to home,
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