April 2008
People Management;4/3/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p21
The article discusses several court cases decided by employment tribunals in Great Britain in 2008. The first case ruled that employment contract claims have to be brought where the employee is domiciled, unless there is an agreement to hear it elsewhere after a dispute has arisen. In the second case, the court ruled that employers have the power to impose sanctions in a disciplinary procedure, but not in a grievance procedure.


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