February 2009
People Management;2/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p35
This section offers news briefs on British labor law. An employee tribunal has ruled that Morven Grant and Louise Wood, who have been dismissed by Mitie Property Services for using the web for personal purposes at work, received no warning that their online activities would be monitored. The British Court of Appeals have ruled that claims for unpaid bonuses could be presided by tribunals as claims of unlawful deductions from wages. Nurse Caroline Petrie was allowed to return to work afer being suspended for offering to pray for a patient.


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