July 2010
People Management;7/15/2010, p31
The article discusses court cases related to labor law in Great Britain including one about the distinction between non-employee workers and self-employed, another about the right of an employee working overseas on rotational basis to file an unfair dismissal claim and another about the right of an employee working outside Great Britain to file a discrimination case.


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