May 2008
People Management;5/1/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p37
The article discusses several court cases related to labor and employment in Great Britain. The case Thomas-James and others versus Cornwall County Council considered whether there had been a transfer under Transfer of Undertakings Protection of Employment (TUPE) 2006 after a re-tendering or helpline-based legal advice. The case Hassain versus Live Nation involved a 51-year-old employee who won his claim for age discrimination and unfair dismissal.


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