Weekly Review of Developments 27/8/2021Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 27 August 2021
News this week that Mr Kipling cakes has told its 800 staff members they will be able to decide where they work, as it adopts a new hybrid model. Do you think it will be seen as an exceedingly good offer and proof that you can have your cake and eat it?
This week's top stories:
- Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL discusses alternative employment in redundancy and the thorny issue of time limits in unfair dismissal claims
- This week's thought-provoking video is from a friend of Legal Island, who will be sadly missed, the late Kaja Choma. We bring you her fabulous TED Talk - A fish climbing a tree - How to embrace being different
- Our featured annual review session of the
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