October 2007
People Management;10/18/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p21
The article presents several labor relations cases in Great Britain. In the case of Spackmann v London Metropolitan University, Spackman could not claim her full wage because she went on strike, and then performed only part of her duties. In the case Luke v Stoke on Trent City Council, the employer stopped Luke's pay because she had complained of bullying and refused to return to her job.


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