Weekly Review of Developments 24/6/2016Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 24 June 2016
Looks like we're in last 16 but out the first 28. What a week...
1. Case Law Review
2. Apprenticeship Levy
3. No Prep for Gender Pay Gap Reporting
4. Young Workers Lose Out on Pensions
5. Increase Self-Certs to Two Weeks?
6. Ten Tips for an Absence-Free Euro 2016
7. Employment News in the Media
8. GB Developments
9. Health and Safety Developments
10. South of the Border
11. Friends of Legal-Island
12. Weekend Weather and Thought-Provoking Video
Case law essentials this week: John Taggart discusses how a driver with eight (that's 8) accidents can still be unfairly dismissed.
Highlights this week: Oh, there's a bit of playing to the rules in apprenticeships; no one's
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