Ramsey, Matthew; Paisner, Berwin Leighton
January 2009
People Management;1/29/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p53
The article discusses several cases related to personnel management in Great Britain. In the case of London Borough of Islington v. Ladele, religious indirect discrimination against registrar was justified. The case of North Cumbria Acute Hospitals NHS Trust v. Potter and others dealt with single source barrier in equal pay claim. Meanwhile, long-service pay differentials is the issue in Wilson v Health and Safety Executive.


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