Weekly Review of Developments 6/10/2017Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 October 2017
Let's hope this fad for handing P45s to speakers whilst they are live on stage doesn't catch on. It could cause May hem at our Annual Reviews of Employment Law in November. Here is the news...
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