Mum's the word

November 1997
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec97, Issue 7, p7
Academic Journal
Reports that the Maternity Alliance in Great Britain has launched two initiatives to help employers develop their own maternity policies. Training session and information pack; Success of the organization in training people; Help in writing a maternity policy and information on legal minimum and good practice options.


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