Weekly Review of Developments Issued 18/09/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 18 September 2015
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1. Case Law Reviews
2. Crackdown on Minimum Wage Cheats
3. Pensions Developments
4. It's All About Timing
5. Employment News in the Media
6. GB Developments
7. South of the Border
8. Health and Safety Developments
Case law essentials this week: Just the one case this week - the EAT rules on HR's role in disciplinary processes.
Highlights this week: Confirmation that HMRC will be coming down hard on NI employers who pay below the National Minimum Wage; Welby & Associates have an
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