Опубликовано на портале: 26-09-2003John Muir Work Study. 1996. Vol. 45. No. 2.
Many employers would say that taking on employees is a comparatively easy task. It contrasts sharply with the problems associated with dismissal, whether that be for conduct, capability, redundancy or some other reason. The law relating to dismissal is complex and can be confusing; it has certainly led over the last few years to growing numbers of industrial tribunals. Argues that getting it right at the beginning, at the recruitment and employment stage, can minimize problems at later stages and is certainly important in ensuring that an organization has the workforce it needs to meet its objectives.