This article considers the case of Walker v Northumberland C.C.  I.R.L.R. 35 and the author's fear for a future littered with claims for stress at work. The article discusses the employers' duty of care to protect its employees from stress at work. Int. I.L.R. 1995, 3(4), 107-110
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