March 2008
People Management;3/20/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p23
The article provides annotations to court cases on employee dismissal. Given are brief facts about these cases and the potential remedies a tribunal can apply to clarify interpretations of the Employment Rights Act 1996 in relation to what both parties contend surrounding the dismissal. The cases mentioned are Mayr v. Bäckerei und Konditorei Gerhard Flöckner OGH, Royal Bank of Scotland v. Bevan, and M&P Steelcraft Ltd. v. Ellis.


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