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Mock Fried Apples

18th February 2011
Mock Fried Apples Recipe is a delicious recipe made from chayote fruits. This is a really unique side dish. I think this would be great with pork chops or aft pork roast. Many Testers said this doesnít taste exactly like apples, but it is quite good, and ... Read >
Author: Tom Schavo

All about NRI Banking Services

28th June 2010
Living abroad no longer means staying away from your loved ones back home. With NRI Banking Services on a rise, keeping in touch with your family in India is easy, convenient and quick. Many Indians living in foreign countries like US, UK, Canada, etc. be... Read >
Author: MichaelK

Types of Ethical Issues, illustrated by Lewis Hamilton Formula One featuring Abbey Santander UK

09th March 2010
The way in which organisations conduct their activities can affect people both individually and/or collectively as a society. Organisations constantly have to consider ethical issues in conducting their activities. But what types of ethical issues do they... Read >
Author: Simon King

Louis Philipee : Quest for menswear is over

13th January 2010
Today everyone wants to be one step ahead in terms of fashion and style. They left no stone unturned to buy the best possible apparel and literally open up the mouth of their wallets for this. How we look greatly determines how other people would trea... Read >
Author: Shefali Roy

Unethical Behaviour Drivers from Emilio Botin Abbey Grupo Santander banking UK retail bank

05th November 2009
The high profile Employment Tribunal (ET) case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006) highlights some of the drivers of unethical corporate behaviour. The ET that heard the case found unfairness and race discrimination; it ordered Abbey Banco Santa... Read >
Author: Simon King

Ethical Behaviour Risk Factors lessons from Emilio Botin Abbey Santander 2009

17th September 2009
Some of the factors that increase the risk of unethical behaviour in organisations are illustrated by the high-profile legal case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006), in which the Employment Tribunal made a finding of unlawful racial discriminat... Read >
Author: Simon King

NDA Exam Question Papers: not a hard nut to crack

22nd August 2009
The National Defense Academy exam is for those who have a passion to safeguard their country and want to make their career in the defense sector. The candidates have to go through the written test and personal interview for being selected as a national de... Read >
Author: Shefali

Importance of RR65 Race Relations Act Questionnaire demonstrated by Banco Santander Group

31st July 2009
The importance of the Race Relations Act Questionnaire RR65 is highlighted by the high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006) UK legal case, where the Employment Tribunal made a finding of race discrimination, which subsequently led to the ... Read >
Author: Simon King

Redundancy Selection Procedure Lessons from the Santander Banking Group

21st July 2009
A stark reminder that selecting an employee for redundancy with an unfair and/or discriminatory redundancy selection procedure can leave the employer exposed to allegations of unfairness and discrimination from the employee is provided by the high-profile... Read >
Author: Simon King

Suing Your Employer: The Uphill Battle

04th July 2009
The intense struggle employees, who have suffered employment related discrimination, can expect to experience when challenging a powerful employer is somewhat illustrated by the high-profile legal case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006). The Em... Read >
Author: Simon King

Appeal Stages and Court Structure in Employment Disputes

23rd June 2009
The high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins [2006] legal case, where the Employment Tribunal's verdict of race discrimination led to the record £2.8 million compensation award, is due to be heard by the Court of Appeal next month (July 2009).... Read >
Author: Simon King

Proving Race Discrimination in Employment

11th June 2009
Direct race discrimination is when an organisation (or an employee of the organisation) treats a person less favourably than someone else on racial grounds. Proving direct race discrimination is not trivial. The burden of proof is on the employee alleging... Read >
Author: Simon King

Dog Names for Valentines Day

10th March 2009
Every February 14th, we observed the Valentines Day in many countries. It is the day that we show love to our love partners. Traditionally, we send flowers, gift, greeting cards, or treats. In many cases, we give the gift of puppy. Let us show how to find... Read >
Author: Dennis Estrada
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