Weekly Review of Developments 26/2/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 February 2021
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Issues covered: Uber Case; Gender Pay Gap; Agile and Flexible Working; Performance Conversations and Motivation of Millennial's

Tiger isn’t out of the Woods yet but let’s hope he makes a full recovery and gets back to prowling around his workplace again soon. 

This week's top stories:

  • In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses an update from the EAT on the Firefighters Pension Scheme which upheld the decision of the original tribunal that the scheme was discriminatory on the grounds of age and, in the second case, an NI tribunal case, the tribunal found that a deduction of £500 from an employee’s final pay for vehicle damage was unlawful.
  • Mastering Small Business Employee Engagement: 30 Quick Wins & HR Hacks from an IIP Platinum from our very own Barry Phillips and Jayne Gallagher is now

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