Employers owe their staff a duty of care

Aikin, Olga
February 1997
People Management;2/20/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p45
Explains how a Court of Appeal judgment has helped to clarify employers' liability for harassment in the workplace. Information on the two employment appeals tribunal decisions; Why the tribunal found that the employers had subjected their employees to harassment; How an employer became liable for the negligence and other torts penetrated by its employees.


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