Weekly Review of Developments 23/7/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 23 July 2021
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Issues covered: Coronavirus; Equality Commission; Data Protection; Four Day Week; Excess temperatures

The earth proved too hot this week for Bezos and Branson but the rest of us had to stay behind and sweat it out. Here’s our hot off the press update….

This week's top stories:

  • In Case Reviews this week Jason Elliott, BL discusses the recently reported case of a nursery worker who was dismissed for asking children to kick another staff member, but the dismissal was deemed unfair! There's also a nice technical EAT case on whether constructive dismissal can be construed as an act of harassment.
  • Four-Day Weeks are good for business.
  • Employers Warn Of 'Pingdemic' if self-isolation rules are not relaxed.
  • Equality Commission’s Annual Report published.
  • A survey from the TUC has found that 68%

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