Review of Recent Employment Developments 13/11/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 13 November 2015
Highlights this week: It's largely about equality law in this edition - same-sex marriages can take place from Monday, there's an investigation into low pay based on age and we consider when an employer may be vicariously liable for the harassment acts of its employees. Also, Google has launched a brand new HR website and we have lots of good health and safety information about healthy workplaces and travel risks for workers.
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Same Sex Marriage Lawful from Monday
3. Low Pay Investigation
4. Forced Labour
5. Employer Vicarious Liability for Harassment
6. Google Launches Re:Work Website
7. Health & Safety Developments
8. UK Developments
9. Employment News in the Media
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