Weekly Review of Developments

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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 19/06/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/06/2015 The BBC has appointed Chris Evans as show Top Gear's new anchor. They must be hoping he will hook the old audience rather than right-hook his colleagues. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Data Protection Regulations Approved3. Interesting Articles by People Management4. H&S Devel...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 12/06/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 12/06/2015 Nothing remotely funny happened this week. No wonder those FIFA boys took bribes. Just to relieve the boredom of a dull existence. Here is the ever-so-serious news this week...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. Judicial Appointment3. Businesses Risk Losing Key Talent4. One in Four have ‘Pulled a Sickie’5...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 05/06/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 05/06/2015 Say what you like about FIFA, at least it's not racist... black, brown, white, you name it; it's not the colour of the envelope that matters but what's in it. Don't let yourself be bribe-beaten by this week's news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. Insolvency (Amendment) Rules (Northern Ireland) 20153....
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 29/05/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/05/2015 FIFA officials "possibly corrupt"? In other shock employment news this week, zero hours contracts are described as "nothing much" and the National Minimum Wage as "not a lot". Before you know it, we'll have claims that well-known lawyer's husband, George Clooney, is "quite handsome"...CONTENTS1. Ca...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 22/05/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/05/2015 Thank goodness he didn't want Spongebob and Patrick on that cake. Imagine the confusion that would've created. Crumbs. Doesn't bear thinking about. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Mind Helping us Out?3. NI Employment Bill Discussed at Stormont4. You Absolute Pig5. Miriam O’Reilly S...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 15/05/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/05/2015 One suspects letters by pint-sized purple popster Prince might be a better read than those other princely concerns published this week. But not better than this...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. Holidays? What Are Those?3. You Don’t Have to be Drunk to Work Here but it Helps4. Digital Single Market St...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 08/05/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 08/05/2015 With political parties preoccupied this week with trying to outnumber giant pandas in Scotland, here's the employment news that's slipped through the electioneering cracks...CONTENTS1. Case Law Review2. CFR Solicitors on Shared Parental Leave3. Lock to be Appealed4. Inflexible Cultures Stop Women R...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 01/05/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 01/05/2015 Unlike the now-retired AP McCoy, all the runners in the Belfast marathon will be jockeying for position on Monday. Good luck to them all. Here is the news...CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Your Opinion Counts – Let Us Know What You Want In This Year’s Annual Reviews of Employment Law3. Comparative Em...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 24/04/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/04/2015 For expectant mothers next week is not a convenient time to give birth, firstly who wants their thunder stolen by the royal baby and secondly I’m sure you would like someone there to help you… so do try to hold off and read this week’s news…CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. The Time Off To Attend Adopt...
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Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 17/04/2015

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/04/2015 With the A8 road to Larne 'nearing completion', house prices up over 14pc and electioneering at every turn you might think there is no good news, apart from the weather. You'd be wrong... CONTENTS1. Case Law Reviews2. Worker Information and Consultation3. Industrial Court Members Reappointed4. Pen...