Hannah, Elin; Hogg, Chris
June 2010
People Management;6/17/2010, p33
The article discusses several court cases related to human resource management in Great Britain, as of June 2010, including the sexual harassment in the workplace case, Munchkins Restaurant Ltd. v Karmazyn, compromise agreements between an employer and staff case, McWilliam and others v. Glasgow City Council, and the effect of different geographical locations on the salary of female employees under the City of Edinburgh Council v. Wilkinson and others.


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