Weekly Review of Developments 16/3/2017Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 March 2017
Looks like Father NIC arrived early for some this year. Here is this week's review, a day early due to St Patrick's Day...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Absence Rates Fall to Record Low
3. Increased NICS Were Good but not Enough
4. Pension Developments
5. Apprenticeship Levy
6. Public Sector Employment
7. Brexit Developments
8. HR Matters
9. Employment News in the Media
10. GB Developments
11. Health and Safety Developments
12. South of the Border
13. Masterclass in Handling Workplace Grievances
14. Friends of Legal-Island
15. Weekend Weather and Thought-Provoking Video
Case law essentials this week:
The CJEU rules that a ban on wearing religious headscarves and other religious symbols in the
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