October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p29
The article discusses several court cases related to employment in Great Britain. In the case Hughes v. Alan Dick & Co. Ltd., the Court of Appeal has confirmed that a tribunal had no jurisdiction to hear an unfair dismissal claim by a British claimant working solely in Nigeria. The employee in the case London Borough of Tower Hamlets v. Wooster was at risk of redundancy. It was ruled in OCS Group UK Ltd. v. Jones that there is no transfer of undertakings (Tupe) on contractor change when activities change substantially.


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