"Dodging Bullets" is a fascinating, light-hearted yet serious read for everyone touched by the ever-increasing demands of workplace legislation and the impact it has on both employers and employees. Strange, unexpected, but 100 per cent real, "Dodging Bullets" is packed full of some of the most intriguing questions around, and reveals the answers to queries such as: Do we have to provide facilities for employees to pray at work? Can we dismiss someone for being too fat? Is our employees' underwear causing static shocks in the workplace? Is smelling of cigarettes a sackable offence? Is there a maximum working temperature? Is there any legislation relating to discrimination against male cross-dressing? Collated from the popular Workplace Law Network forum and online advice services, "Dodging Bullets" is a unique collection of 100 questions submitted by managers looking for help and advice in the litigious world of work.
Table of Contents
1. It's a people business 2. Safety first 3. A matter of policy 4. Using the facilities 5. Nuts and bolts 6. Best of the rest 7. Curious case law (from Workplace Law Magazine)