Racial bias is alleged on redundancy rights

Overell, Stephen
December 1996
People Management;12/19/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 25, p8
Discusses the Lambeth council's attempts to cut the cost of unfair dismissal cases that have angered both employees and the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE). Validity of Lambeth's use of compromise agreements; Highlights of the case in Lambeth which is being backed by the CRE; Legal costs involved in defending unfair dismissal actions.


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