December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p21
The article discusses judgments in labor law litigation in Great Britain. A ruling in which it was found that an employer's objection to an employee wearing a poppy to commemorate the Remembrance Day holiday did not violate the freedom of speech provisions of the Equality Act of 2010 is examined. A ruling on an employee's dismissal for remarks made on the Facebook online social network is discussed. Laws governing employee time off for religious holidays are considered.


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