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Dodging bullets: advice for employers on tricky legal situations

Dodging bullets: advice for employers on tricky legal situations

Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD3009

Edition Details

  • Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Kelly Mansfield
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): England
  • Publication Information: Cambridge : Workplace Law, 2006
  • Publication Type (Medium): Popular works
  • Material: Internet resource
  • Type: Book, Internet Resource
  • Permalink: http://books.lawi.org.uk/dodging-bullets-advice-for-employers-on-tricky-legal-situations/ (Stable identifier)

Short Description

172 pages ; 20 cm

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Dodging bullets: advice for employers on tricky legal situations is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Responsable Person: edited by Kelly Mansfield.
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Country/State: England
  • Number of Editions: 1 editions
  • First edition Date: 2006
  • Last edition Date: 2006
  • General Notes: Includes index.
  • Languages: British English
  • Library of Congress Code: KD3009
  • Dewey Code: 344.4101
  • ISBN: 9781900648677 1900648679
  • OCLC: 78988582

Table of Contents

It's a people business 12
1. Hardened drinkers 12
2. Periodic absence 13
3. Sick of the sound of music 14
4. You're not fit to wear the shirt 15
5. Drunk and disorderly 17
6. The constant gardener 19
7. Silence in court! 20
8. Not in my job description 22
9. Spilling the beans 23
10. Rejected candidates listen to reason 24
11. With reference to our former employee … 24
12. The stomach for a battle 26
13. Crash, bang, wallop 29
14. Sweet sixteen 30
15. Not on my watch 31
16. Working religiously 33
17. Not a prayer 35
18. Be my Valentine 36
19. Christian values 38
20. Cross-dressing dilemma 40
21. PINning people down 41
22. Too much to handle 42
23. Too fat to work? 43
24. Tall story 45
25. Uphill struggle 47
26. Age-old problems 48
27. Don't look down on disability 49
28. Are you sitting comfortably? 50
29. Can I have a pay rise, Honey Bunny? 51
Safety first 53
30. Searching for trouble 53
31. Font of wisdom 55
32. Walkie-talkies over and out? 55
33. No kidding 56
34. Hard (hat) facts 57
35. Cutting the ties 59
36. Homing in on risk 60
37. The Good Samaritan 62
38. Raising the dead 65
39. Captivating work 66
40. Tagging along 66
41. Another bright spark? 67
42. No sweat 68
43. Driving safety standards 68
44. False economy? 69
45. Rollercoaster ride 73
46. Safety is in the employer's lap(top) 74
47. Wax on, wax off 76
48. Playing it safe 77
49. Protect those who trespass against us … 78
50. In a tight corner 80
51. Shady dealings 80
52. Loud-speakers 81
53. Shocking underwear 83
54. Splash of common sense 84
A matter of policy 88
55. Odour eaters 88
56. Short, fat, hairy legs 90
57. The big smoke 91
58. Splitting hairs 92
59. Not a shred of evidence 93
60. Eau de fags 93
61. Going to the ladies 95
62. Slippery slope 96
63. Pay no notice 96
64. Explicit instructions 97
65.. Love is in the air 98
Using the facilities 101
66. Impractical jokers 101
67. Making elbow room 101
68. Shedding light on the problem 103
69. Take a rain check 104
70. Getting into hot water? 105
71. Transmission failure? 106
72. A load of hot air 106
73. Copying won't be tolerated 111
74. Discrimination on the up 112
75. A waspish problem 113
76. Drinking it in 114
Nuts and bolts 116
77. Tall story 11 116
78. Chilling set of circumstances 117
79. True grit 118
80. Fuming in the office 120
81. Seal of approval 121
82. Stepping up 121
Best of the rest 123
83. Taking a gamble 123
84. That's torn it 126
85. Win, lose or draw? 127
86. Not for public consumption 128
87. Know your onions 129
88. Skating around the problem 130
Curious case law (From Workplace Law Magazine) 132
89. A close shave 132
90. Dwarf made to stack high shelves 133
91. Un-Wise footballing decision 134
92. Stressed out by bugs 134
93. Nurse awarded

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