In a landmark judgment issued last week, the UK Court of Appeal quashed the convictions of 39 people prosecuted for theft and fraud by their quasi-employer, the Post Office. On the face of it, many employers might assume there is little they can learn from one of the most widespread and long-running miscarriages of justice seen in the UK.
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