Weekly Review of Developments 20/8/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 20 August 2021
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Issues covered: Case Reviews; Hybrid Working; National Minimum Wage; Pensions

Sad news this week that the inventor of Sudoku has died. It left us all a bit puzzled, but presumably he knew his number was up? Here’s some more news to stimulate your grey matter…

This week's top stories:

  • Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL discusses unfair dismissal time limits; and a case of constructive unfair dismissal for failing to deal with a flexible working request correctly.
  • Featured Annual Review Session of the Week: Philosophically Speaking, You’re Sacked.
  • Eversheds has produced an extremely helpful graphic to implement a blended work model.
  • HMRC reveals absurd excuses for not paying National Minimum Wage while the bosses of Britain's biggest companies earned

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