Great expectations?

Kidd, Andrew
September 2004
Cabinet Maker;9/24/2004, Issue 5407, p9
Trade Publication
Discusses how proposals for extending maternity leave in Great Britain will affect small businesses and their staff. Preparedness of large companies to deal with employee leave due to pregnancy; Retailers' response to the suggestion of Department of Trade and Industry Secretary, Patricia Hewitt, that paid maternity leave be doubled from six months to a year and paternity pay increased.


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