April 2008
People Management;4/17/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p49
This section presents several labor cases in Great Britain. The Derbyshire Constabulary won a case filed by a former employee who was required to undertake confrontational duties to pass her probation as a police constable despite being disabled from a back injury. The Court of Appeal ruled that personal injury compensation in dismissal cases must be pursued in the High Court, not in tribunals. Failure to respond to discrimination questionnaires does not constitute a discriminatory practice, concludes a labor tribunal.


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