Weekly Review of Developments

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Weekly Review of Developments 20/11/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 20/11/2015 The producer punched by Jeremy Clarkson is apparently suing the BBC and our Jezza for race discrimination. It could the biggest tribunal claim (pause for effect) in the world. And on that bombshell, here is the news... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Reviews2. Equality Scheme Commitments, S.75 Duties and Othe...
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Weekly Review of Developments 13/11/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 13/11/2015 Looks like those Russians have reportedly been running rings round the Olympic rules and regulations. That's one way to get Higher, Faster, Stronger. Here's another...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. DDA 20 Years Old3. Why Bother?4. Recruitment5. Modern Slavery6. Company Car Update7. Public Appointment...
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Weekly Review of Developments 06/11/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 06/11/2015 We really don't care if you read this. Apologies. That's the last time we quote from the latest HMRC customer relations handbook. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Living Wage Gap3. Workplace Investigations4. Presenteeism5. Same Sex Marriage Argument Continues6. Apprenticeship Assess...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 30/10/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 30/10/2015 How vulnerable are the rest of us, if a 15 year old can allegedly hack into a multinational's system? That's really scary at this time of year, regardless of age. Here's something else we should all be talk talking about...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. Pregnancy Survey3. Same Sex Marriage4. Disabili...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 23/10/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 23/10/2015 It can't be fun being left in Payne just before you perform. The 1D concert was called off faster than a rugby ref can run off a pitch. Still on speed, here's some news we quickly threw together this week... CONTENT1. Case Law Review2. Criminal Records 3. Workers Need to be Able to Work For Longer ...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 16/10/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/10/2015 You'd think the selection panel for The Apprentice would do themselves a flavour and just pick the same sensible people they had on Bake Off, instead of the Sugar dumplings we saw this week. Here's a sweet selection of hand-made news items for you... CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. Low Pay Commission3...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 09/10/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 09/10/2015 Got your tickets yet for France next year? The craic should be good. Voici les nouvelles... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Reviews2. Safe Harbour Invalid3. Blind CVs and Diversity4. Extending the Law on Age Discrimination5. Employment News in the Media6. GB Developments7. South of the Border8. Health and Saf...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 02/10/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 02/10/2015 Is there really life on Mars, as pictures seemed to show this week? Imagine being the first HR professional there: constant investigations into the bad atmosphere between colleagues and employees required by statute to give one another space. Would sleep during travel count towards working time? He...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 25/09/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 25/09/2015 Gosh. Bet you someone's happy as a pig in the proverbial that the Volkswagen story broke this week. Couldn't have been happier if he'd come from Fermanagh and Omagh, the happiest place in the UK, apparently. Who said the RPA wouldn't work? Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Vicarious ...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued 18/09/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 18/09/2015 Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet is a bit like the HR profession - mainly women but most of the top jobs held by men. Any truth in the rumour they're calling in Gareth Malone to help them sing? Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Crackdown on Minimum Wage Cheats3. Pensions Developments4....