Weekly Review of Developments 16/7/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 16 July 2021
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Issues covered: Case Reviews; Coronavirus; Unfair Dismissal; Fire-Rehire

The golf is wide Open, which gives sun-haters a good reason to stay indoors this weekend. Here's something to read wherever you are...

This week's top stories:

  • In Case Reviews this week Jason Elliott, BL discusses the recently reported case of an agency worker who did not accrue holiday pay during furlough and in the second case the Scottish Court of Session upholds an appeal by an education authority who dismissed a teacher who had access to a computer with indecent images – overruling an earlier EAT decision that the decision was unfair.
  • There are calls for the Professional Qualifications Bill, which provides guidance on qualifications of foreign professionals post-Brexit to be

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