- EU permits discrimination against lesbian employee. Prickett, Ruth // People Management;03/05/98, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p15
Reports on the European Court of Justice's ruling that South West Trains employee Lisa Grant was not entitled to travel benefits for her female life-partner. Case background; Court ruling's vindication of the company's policy of discriminating against gays and lesbians.
- E.U. rejects same-sex benefits. Unsworth, Edwin // Business Insurance;03/02/98, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p31
Focuses on a court ruling in a sexual discrimination claim in London, England during 1998, which exempts European companies, from having to extend the same benefits available to heterosexual couples, to homosexual couples. Basis for the ruling made by the European Court of Justice; Highlights...
- BRITISH RAILWAY WORKERS WIN BENEFITS. // Bay Windows;10/14/1999, pN.PAG
Reports on the decision of British railway companies to provide spousal benefits to partners of their gay employees. Statement issued by the Association of Train Operating Companies regarding their decision; Information on a lawsuit filed by gay couple Lisa Grant and Jill Percey against South...
- Labor law. // Reporter;Mar90, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p21
Focuses on labor law in the United States, highlighting the Supreme Court's ruling in the case of Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, 109. Ct. 1775, 49 F.E.P. Cases 954 (1989), involving a Title VII plaintiff who establishes both legitimate and illegitimate motives in a contested employment decision. ...
- Waiver of discrimination claims upheld. Lissy, William E. // Supervision;Nov96, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p17
Presents cases of labor law pertaining to supervisors in the United States. Upholding of the waiver of discrimination claims by the Supreme Court in the case of `Spink versus Lockheed Corp.'; Firing of an employee for lying about hitting a co-employee; Improper suspension of an employee by a...
- Union-free statements in employee handbooks. Lissy, William E. // Supervision;Mar90, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on labor-related cases of interest to industrial supervisors. Union-free statements in employee handbooks; Reporting of absences to a leadperson instead of a supervisor; Double jeopardy in discipline cases.
- The law at work. // Monthly Labor Review;Oct96, Vol. 119 Issue 10, p83
Presents information on several laws and rulings at work. Supreme Court's ruling in the National Football League (NFL) players case, Brown versus Pro Football Incorporated; Supreme Court decisions which extended important First Amendment protections to independent contractors.
- Performance appraisals can be a weapon for employees. Lissy, William E. // Supervision;Mar97, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p17
Presents several cases related with the labor laws in the United States. Cases pertaining to employees' performance appraisal; Provisions of the Civil Rights Acts; Regulations of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
- Recent legal decisions affect you. Barlow, Wayne E.; Hatch, D. Diane // Personnel Journal;Dec96, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p86
Presents various legal cases and issues involving employees and employers. Includes the affirmation of the dismissal of Mary Jo Krauel's Americans with Disabilities Act and Pregnancy Discrimination Act claims against Iowa Methodist Medical Center; Approval of the preliminary injunction for the...