UNITED KINDGOM CASES-How can we view these cases

This paper focuses on UNITED KINDGOM CASES. How can we view these cases from the comparative labour relations/human resource standpoint? How might the responses to this matter differ based on the respective labour relations and employment standards regimes?

UNITED KINDGOM CASES-How can we view these cases

Firstly,  How can we view these cases from the comparative labour relations/human resource standpoint?

Secondly,  How might the responses to this matter differ based on the respective labour relations and employment standards regimes?

Thirdly,  What is the connection between religious and ethical systems?

Fourthly,  How far should Tyson Foods and British Airways go to accommodate different religious practices?

Furthermore,  How should Tyson Foods and British Airways manage the religious diversity of their employees and consumers?

Moreover,  Should religious symbols be banned at work?

Lastly, Should economics be mixed with religion?

 

More details;

What is case law in the UK?
The UK is a common law country and as such judgments and case law are particularly important as the doctrine of precedent applies. This means that the judgment of each case can bind all subsequent cases depending on the seniority of the court (the court system has a hierarchical structure.).
How do I find a case law UK?

UK Cases
Firstly, If you don’t know which law report a case appears in you can use JustCite to locate it. …

Secondly, Each case is given a ‘citation’, which includes an abbreviation of the law report containing the case. …

Thirdly, For unreported cases try Lawtel.

Are court cases public record UK?

Hearings at the Crown Court and at civil and family courts are always record ed. Hearings at magistrates’ courts are never record ed.

Where can I find unreported cases UK?

Unreported Judgments are available through:
  • BAILLI (open access)
  • Westlaw UK (UniMelb access)
  • JUSTIS (UniMelb access)
  • Individual Courts, such as the Supreme Court Decided Cases (open access)