Courtroom round-up

Aikin, Olga
March 1995
People Management;3/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p47
Presents courtroom cases on dismissal of employees, dress code and contractor's employee in various organizations in Great Britain. `United Freight Distribution versus McDougal'; `Smith versus Safeway PLC'; `Rentokil versus Frater-Simpson.'


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