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Employee And Employer Relationships

Mr Witanga has enjoyed model making as a hobby for over thirty years. In March 2004 he was engaged by Hans Christian Anderson Model Making Studio Ltd ("the Studio") to make miniature models for a film. The Studio had a close working relationship with another company "Ugly Duckling Ltd", and it was not unusual for people working for the Studio to work for periods of time on Ugly Duckling Ltd's projects.

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Employee Strike Dissertation

International standards impacted the UK's legislative protection of the employee's individual right to strike

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Equal Pay Act

In order to understand a subject such as sex discrimination, one has to have a good idea of the psychology behind it. In view of this, it is worth understanding why men or women act in particular ways. This is the psychological aspect of the problem of discrimination. In addition to this, there is also the social aspect. This may or may not be related to the psychological aspect. However, it is certainly worth giving this due consideration because it plays a major role in this subject and directly influences the way that men and women are treated in organizations.

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Employment Law Dissertation

What has been the impact of The Employment Act 2002 (Dispute Resolution) Regulations 2004 on claims presented to Employment Tribunals affecting Tribunal...

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