Weekly Review of Developments 9/8/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 9 August 2019
Nothing remotely funny or interesting happened this week. And the weather's rotten. And it's going to stay rotten all weekend. What's to love? Hit reply and give us all some hope...
What we learned this week:
- The Employment Appeal Tribunal has given guidance on covert recording of meetings by employees
- The Court of Appeal has given guidance on annual leave calculations for term-time employees and how to record breaks
- There are some 4.7 million UK workers in the gig economy
- Over 70% of Legal Island customers use confidentiality clauses (NDAs) in termination agreements
- The BBC has a useful article on 10 ways in which a no-deal Brexit could affect you
And here's this week's contents list in
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This article is correct at 09/08/2019
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