Weekly Review of Developments 26/5/2017Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 May 2017
Not really a week for pithy comments. Here is the news...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Zero-Hour Contracts and Requests for Fixed Hours
3. HR More Ambitious Than Most
4. UK Employees Three Times More Likely to Go to Work Unwell Than 'Pull a Sickie'
5. Employment News in the Media
6. Health and Safety Developments
7. Friends of Legal-Island
8. Weekend Weather and Thought-Provoking Video
Case law essentials this week: The EAT rules that a three month gap between underpayments on holiday pay breaks any series of deductions; and an employment tribunal awards damages to an apprenticeship whose employment was terminated before he qualified.
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