Balancing work and benefits

March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/4/2005, Issue 5428, p10
Trade Publication
Comments on the proposal to extend maternity and paternity leave in Great Britain. Inclusion on the Labour's plans; Negative effects of the proposal to the employers; Hardest hit on the part of small business firms; Explosion of comments by several sectors; Shared benefits by both employers and employees; Other proposals on simplified administration of maternity leave and pay for employers.


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