August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p19
The article presents court rulings on cases related to personnel management. In the case Consistent Group Ltd. vs. Kalwak, the EAT tribunal decided that the employment agency should consider employees during the initially agreed period of work and when they were not working. In the case Ezsias vs. North Glamorgan National Health Service Trust, the claimant believes his dismissal for disclosure is unfair under the Public Interest Disclosure Act of 1998.


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