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Millmore, Andy
April 1998
People Management;4/30/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p21
Deals with the ruling of the Great Britain's Court of Appeals in the legal case `William Hill Organisation Limited v Tucker,' on an employee's right to work on a notice period. Context of the case; Assumption on the garden-leave option of employees.


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