Weekly Review of Developments

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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 21/11/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 21/11/2014 It could be reckless to talk about the dangers of flags and emblems this week, especially for barristers, so we thought we'd open with this endearing short video. Can you spot anyone you know in this 1 min 36 sec film?http://bit.ly/1BLV6vX CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Draft Guidance Issued on Work...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 14/11/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 14/11/2014 It's enough to make a panda choke on its tea and drive you crackers - staff at Jacobs and McVitie's are to go on strike. That really takes the biscuit*. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Comparative NI/GB Employment Laws3. 50% of Current Occupations to Go by 2025 4. Agile Working5. L...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 07/11/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 07/11/2014 Looks like there's an angry Bear in Scotland. Over time, quite a few others could also turn out livid. Well, all that extra holiday pay can take you where the sun does shine...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Overtime and Holiday Pay3. National Minimum Wage v Living Wage4. Public Sector Appointments5....
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 31/10/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 31/10/2014 EMPLOYMENT LAW EMAIL SERVICE NORTHERN IRELAND EMAIL No. 1487It's hopeless. You try to turn your back on it and then he fires three in the one show. We're hooked on The Apprentice yet again, even though nowadays it's just a three month edition of Dragons' Den and there's no job on offer. Here is the...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 24/10/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/10/2014 Why not try singing our opening lines in a mock West Indian accent? It doesn’t make them any funnier - we just want someone to take away the thought of Mike Read doing it. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews 2. Trainee Lawyers Work Hardest 3. Low Pay at Work 4. Auto Enrolment Gets Closer...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 17/10/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/10/2014 What's up with the NI football team? Are they having a Laff? We'll have none of that hopeful stuff around here...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Shared Parental Leave3. Sex Discrimination Against Men4. Fitness for Work5. Labour Market Bulletin6. Health and Safety7. GB Developments8. Employment News i...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 10/10/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/10/2014 We just can't get as excited this year over The Apprentice starting. Seems a little passé when there's more interest in paso doble in our office. No more Sugar-coating the news from us just because some weeks we can't think of anything funny...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Absence Management3. A Ta...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 03/10/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/10/2014 It seems it's all about wonga this week and the NI Assembly just doesn't have enough of it – maybe those 800 PwC accountants we've been promised can sort out the mess...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Migrant Workers for Growth 3. European Union on Unemployment 4. Disability in the Workplace 5. Judic...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 26/09/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/09/2014 Can't really imagine Ian Poulter and the rest of the European Ryder Cup team just purring if they get the result they want, can you? We can't possibly say whether these stories will make our royal readers purr either but some are guaranteed to make you smile...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. The Nati...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 19/09/2014

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/09/2014 Och aye the No! Did the prospect of the Krankies in the Eurovision for Scotland prove just too much?CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Flexible Working for Older Workers3. Child Protection E-Learning Brand New from Legal-Island 4. Judicial Appointment 5. Health and Safety 6. GB Developments 7. Employmen...