Javaid, Makbool
February 2004
People Management;2/12/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p19
Provides information on the Thompson v. Department for Work and Pensions case. Sex discrimination complaint filed by Matthew Thompson against Jobcentre Plus; Dress code imposed by the company for its male employees.


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