July 2009
People Management;7/2/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p11
This section offers news briefs on human resources (HR) law in Great Britain. An employment tribunal ruled that bank worker Natasha Keenan, who was wrongly overpaid due to an administrative error, did not have to pay back the bank and could keep her higher salary. A judge ruled against Cheltenham Borough Council in its case against Christine Laird, who was accused of not disclosing her medical history, saying that the council's medical questionnaire was vague. Consultant Croner said the number of employers seeking tribunal representation is increasing.


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