August 2008
People Management;8/21/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p41
The article presents several cases related to people management in Great Britain. The tribunal, in the case MacCulloch vs ICI PLC, agreed the enhanced redundancy scheme was discriminatory but accepted the discrimination was justified. In the case Wooster vs LB Tower Hamlets, the tribunal upheld Wooster's age discrimination and unfair dismissal claims. The tribunal, in the case Sodexo Ltd. vs Gutridge and others, decided they could recover back pay from both employers, as the breach continued after the transfer.


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