February 2009
People Management;2/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p35
The article presents several labor cases in Great Britain. The case, Stuart Peters Ltd v Bell, determined that earnings during the notice period for an unfair dismissal case would not be offset in constructive dismissal awards. In Chondol v Liverpool City Council, it was determined that dismissal for foisting beliefs on others was not considered religious discrimination. The housing case Malcolm v Lewisham was applied to the employment-related disability discrimination case, Child Support Agency v Truman.


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