TRIBUNALS Proposals for 'protected conversations' in employment law draw a mixed response from lawyers

December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p13
The article examines a proposal by the government of Great Britain to allow certain conversations between employers and employees related to performance evaluation to be exempt from being evidence in charges of unlawful or unfair dismissal.


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