May 2010
People Management;5/6/2010, p29
The article discusses several British court cases related to human resources including Geys v Société Générale wherein an employer needs to state its exercise of a contractual "pilon," T v XLN Telecom wherein a tribunal ruled that knowledge of discrimination motive is not required for injury to feelings award, and Pothecary Witham Weld v Bullimore wherein the Employment Appeals Tribunal ruled that burden of proof shifted in victimisation claims under the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.


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