March 2005
Lawyer;3/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p27
Trade Publication
This article presents information regarding various recent events and proceedings in Great Britain. It is reported that with the arrival of statutory definitions for harassment and victimization and any damaging publicity, businesses in London, England, are now showing high concern to know how to tackle these problems. Some of these potential problems, suggestively, are: discrimination, constructive dismissal, breach of contract, unlimited compensation, injury to feelings and damages for personal injury. A suggestive note has recently been posted online for legal consultants to examines the increasingly complex areas surrounding the introduction of employee benefits in a way that supports the corporate objectives of the client. It is also suggested to explore the practical ways in which employee benefits trusts can be operated on a tax-efficient basis and with due regard to client needs.


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