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  • POSTED BY SURBHI SHAH |

    Employment Judge incorrectly applies the law

    The employment tribunal (ET) found that the dismissal was unfair because the Trust had not discharged the burden of showing a potentially fair reason for dismissal the Trust had not interviewed the service user in accordance with its disciplinary procedure and Polkey did not apply.
  • POSTED BY JENNY BERESFORD-JONES |

    Procurement Regulations 2015 - Countdown to Law-nch Part 1

    In this week of our 'Countdown to Law-nch' series, we're looking at the government's attempts to use the draft Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the Draft Regulations) to attain smallness within bigness; or to put it another way, the employment of policy and legislation as a vehicle for the encouragement of smaller players in the procurement markets.
  • POSTED BY SIMON ELSEGOOD |

    Dealing with A&E capacity during 2015

    Monitor has recently published the results of its investigation into how other comparable health systems work. Monitor found three specific service models in use abroad that might be able to offer benefits if used more widely by the NHS.
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