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The HR Headmistress' blog
13th September 2016
There is always a hum of social media chatter these days. Top of the Twitter trends as I write this is the shocking news that the Great British Bake Off is moving to Channel 4. Well, there you go....... I am constantly amazed how many people...
Tue 13th Sep 2016 | Tagged as:
Does the Employer’s Breach Have to be the Main Cause of Resignation in a Constructive Dismissal Case?
24th October 2013
A constructive dismissal occurs if an employee terminates an employment contract, with or without notice, because of the employer's fundamental breach of contract (a repudiatory breach). In Wright v North Ayrshire Council, the court had to decide...
Thu 24th Oct 2013 | Tagged as: