Receivers face huge payouts to redundant staff

Merrick, Neil
April 1995
People Management;4/6/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p15
Focuses on the right of redundant employees in Great Britain to receive compensations from their employers after the firm become insolvent. Application of the Law Lords' ruling; Legal considerations on the implementation of the rule for employees; Conditions reagrding employee benefits.


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