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Vicarious Employer Liability: Did Sainsbury's failure to deal with a grievance ...
Given the family's claim (Vaickuviene and others v J Sainsbury plc) has been brought under the UK-wide Protection from Harassment Act 1997 (PHA) it could have HR implications on both sides of the border.
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Sainsbury's to slow expansion in tough UK market
LONDON (Reuters) - J Sainsbury (SBRY.L), Britain's No.3 grocer, has followed market leader Tesco (TSCO.L) in slowing its expansion, as even the country's powerful supermarket groups feel the chill from a prolonged period of sluggish consumer spending.
Sainsbury to Scale Back Expansion as Profit Falls Slightly  Wall Street Journal
Sainsbury's success points to position of strength  just-food.com (subscription)
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Sainsbury expected to scale back openings
J Sainsbury is expected to follow Tesco and announce that it is scaling back new supermarket openings when it unveils its full-year results next week.
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GSK's knowledge key to hostility
So far as J Sainsbury and his own performance at its helm go, however, he gives every sign of being delighted, writes Alison Smith.
10 companies that could boost your income
Income-seekers have had a tough time of late. With interest rates on deposits at an all-time low, people relying on their savings for income have seen their pots shrink, and then shrink again.
How Greggs turned up the heat
The former Tesco and J Sainsbury executive has provided a textbook example of how to run a successful corporate campaign against an unpalatable government decision.
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Ber Bahr well yields inconclusive results for Gulf Keystone
The Ber Bahr 1 well in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, in which Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) has a 40% interest, has now completed drilling and initial testing.
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Risk and reward: The world's most dangerous business locations
Convenience is not a priority when it comes to commodities. Drilling and exploration often takes place in war-torn, risky environments and none more so than Somalia.
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French Connection in two minutes
Impressed by Next (NXT), value investor Richard Beddard reappraises French Connection (FCCN). Perhaps management could have done more to stave off losses at its stores and the latest profit warning contains disturbing news about cash flow.
Life assurance bonds can keep the taxman at bay
The taxman is always keen to take his share of everything, from your income to the wealth you leave your family, so finding ways to reduce your tax bill is a rewarding activity.