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7 January 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Richardson J, Mr R Lyons, Mrs J M Matthias
Unlike in cases of selecting for redundancy, where two or more positions are made redundant and a new combined position is created, in selecting who should have the new job, more subjectivity is permitted so as to take account of the future needs of the business.
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