Fahy, Sheila; Burd, Michael; Eckett, Steven; Davies, James
June 2011
People Management;Jun2011, p22
The article shares the thoughts of several individuals on issues related to employment law in Great Britain. Sheila Fahy, professional support lawyer at Alley & Overy, thinks it is unlikely that the British government's Modern Workplaces consultation will survive the process since the timing is not great, among other things. Michael Burd, a partner at Lewis Silkin, mentions the plan of the government to consider reforming three aspects of the employment including discrimination compensation.


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