Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 01/05/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 1 May 2015 Issues covered:
Highlights: Many employment law changes have taken place, particularly in GB and NI, in the last month, so we've updated our incredibly popular comparative law table; a new Legal Services Regulation Bill could transform the way that legal services are provided in Ireland; and McDowell Purcell explore the benefits and limitations of zero-hour contracts. The H&S section has a lot of useful and generally applicable items in this edition - it's worth a look, even if you don't deal much with H&S matters.
Elsewhere, a new Guild of Human Resource Professionals could be formed in the UK; a Church of England Rector loses his fight to be deemed an employee or worker; and the UK's Business
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