Is suspension a penalty, a precaution or a sign of panic?
- Divisional Court: Resisting Unlawful Arrests. Rule, Philip // Journal of Criminal Law;Jun2010, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p189
The article discusses a court case wherein the British Crown Court stated that first officer P. C. Kenny did not have objective grounds on the suspicion of an offence that can justify the initial arrest on appellant Ali. In the case Cumberbatch v. Crown Prosecution Service; Ali v. Director of...
- Post Office loses minimum wage case. Meilton, David // Public Finance;10/01/99, p7
Cites British postmistress Elizabeth Bain's claim against the Post Office, claiming that her hourly wage fell below the national minimum. Sub-post office run by Bain near Inverness in Scotland; Post Office's argument that its sub-postmasters are not full employees and that minimum wage...
- â€¦in brief. // Personnel Today;7/23/2002, p3
Reports developments related to personnel management in Great Britain as of July 2002. Removal of the management team of Walsall Council; Suspension of the employees of Hewlett-Packard; Increase in the pay of university staffs.
- Pros and Cons of Progressive Discipline. Barth, Stephen // Lodging Hospitality;3/15/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p10
Discusses progressive disciplinary system for hotel employees. Potential of the policy regarding employer/employee relationship; Consequences of a suspension of an employee; Alternative for suspension.
- Values-Based Discipline. Guetschow, Gregg // Public Management (00333611);May99, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p16
Provides information on an approach utilized on employee disciplinary cases in Owosso, Michigan. Discussion on the values of and culture of an organization; Importance of confidentiality; Details on employee suspension with pay; Process of the investigation phase of discipline case.
- Bizarre HR. // Human Resources (09648380);Apr2010, p9
The article offers news briefs related to human resource management including the move of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to suspend an air-traffic controller and the donation worth 14,700 pounds given by former Eurovision singer Nana Mouskouri to help Greece.
- NEWS FROM Personnel today. // Occupational Health;Mar2010, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p4
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management including the compensation awarded by the court to Alex Frowd who was wrongfully fired by his employer Julie Cummings, the psychological impact of providing help in Haiti, and the suspension of a nurse for posting pictures of...
- â€¦in brief. // Personnel Today;10/8/2002, p3
Reports developments related to personnel management in Great Britain as of November 2002. Suspension of Trevor Luxton from work at Credit Lyonnais; Support of transport secretary Tim Collins to the changes in the strike laws; Compensation of staff working in the public sector.
- Avoiding suspension tension. Daryanani, Lavina // Employers Law;Mar/Apr2010, p18
The article discusses factors that must be considered by employers in Great Britain in suspending employees. It notes that employers must ensure that employee suffers no detriment as a result of the suspension and the suspension and the reason for it should be kept confidential. According to the...