Weekly Review of Developments 13/12/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 13 December 2019
Inspired by a lovely card from HR consultant Christine Swail this week, if you're in HR, let's hope today's Christmas party is an investigation-free zone. If the party is next week on Black Eye Friday, you've only yourself to blame.
What we learned this week:
- The run-up to the election brought Brexit-related news and assurances - how many will now apply?
- The ICO has issued updated guidance of relevance to HR Departments and lawyers on SARs and more
- Lady Hale discusses the future of women in law
- The CIPD sets out its Manifesto for Work 2020 but it doesn't include paid 'hangover' days
- The giver of a poor reference is held not vicariously liable for problems in the
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