August 2007
People Management;8/9/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p21
The article highlights some labor disputes in Great Britain. In Beckett Investment Management Group versus Hall, the court ruled that restrictive covenants must be interpreted in the light of the situation when they were made and if a restraint could become reasonable by removing parts, then courts should remove them. In Mehmet t/a Rose Hotels versus Aduma, Mehmet was found to have discriminated on grounds of race when he paid Aduma, a Nigerian student, less than the minimum wage.


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