Weekly Review of Developments 4/2/2022Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 4 February 2022
How on earth could any reasonable employer be expected to know that calling their oldest colleague “Half-dead Dave” might be deemed discriminatory by a tribunal? PC gone mad, we say…
This week's top 5:
- Appeal decision in Pimlico Plumbers holiday pay case issued
- Co-op workers win legal argument in equal pay fight
- Stress and anxiety have contributed to a significant drop in productivity
- Health and Care workers to receive £500 pandemic payment
- Half of employees would sacrifice pay for personalised benefits
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