Tribunal supports nurses' right to put families first

Whitehead, Mark
January 1999
People Management;01/28/99, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p12
Discusses the effect of family-friendly policies on employers' profits. Reactions to the statement of the National Work-Life Forum that the policies will lead to profits for the employer; Information on childcare programs of HSBC bank.


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