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Weekly Review of Developments 17/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/09/2021 They say the early bird catches the worm – book before 5pm today to get your place at this year's Annual Review of Employment Law at our early bird rate! This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: ambiguous contractual terms and the importance of clarity and note-taking when following...
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Weekly Review of Developments 10/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/09/2021 You dancing? You asking? I'm asking. I'm dancing. Yeah - we can dance again, like Kevin Bacon and the Liver Birds (younger readers - ask your mum). Only at weddings, mind. Here's the rest of this week's foot-tapping news... This week's top stories: In case reviews this week Jason Elliott discusses...
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Weekly Review of Developments 3/9/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/09/2021 News in this week that Scotland is to trial a four-day working week, without loss of income for the affected employees. They may take our nine to fives, but they will never take our fees, mum! This week's top stories: Working from home can keep older people in the workforce for longer, experts hav...
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Weekly Review of Developments 27/8/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 27/08/2021 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...
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Weekly Review of Developments 20/8/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 20/08/2021 Sad news this week that the inventor of Sudoku has died. It left us all a bit puzzled, but presumably he knew his number was up? Here’s some more news to stimulate your grey matter… This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL discusses unfair dismissal time limits; and...
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Weekly Review of Developments 13/8/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 13/08/2021 If you have had exam results impact this week, we hope there has been much happiness and the only tears were those of joy. Here's what's been keeping us awake at night this week... This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL discusses a case regarding whether an annual...
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Weekly Review of Developments 6/8/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 06/08/2021 Mattel has created a Barbie doll in honour of an Oxford vaccine co-creator, Strictly has announced its first all-male pairing, and the NI weather is no longer its usual blisteringly hot self. And they say some things never change. Here are some more things that have changed this week... This week's...
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Weekly Review of Developments 30/7/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 30/07/2021 The sad news this week is that the X Factor has become the ex-factor. The happy news is much the same as the sad news for most of us. The employment-related news is set out below… This week's top stories: Case law essentials this week: Jason Elliott BL looks at whether the burden of proof in discr...
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Weekly Review of Developments 23/7/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 23/07/2021 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...
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Weekly Review of Developments 16/7/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/07/2021 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...