August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p9
The article offers news briefs about employment law in Great Britain. The High Court ruled that the policy of the Saint Gregory Catholic Science College that prohibit the wearing of cornrow braids by pupils was a form of racial discrimination. A Court of Appeal issued a ruling that talking about an employee's sexuality without bad intention was not a form of discrimination. The European Advocate General opined that putting a time limit on employees going on holiday after a sick leave could be legal.


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