April 2006
Personnel Today;4/18/2006, p19
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The article presents information on several new employment laws. The Police Injury Benefit Regulations 2006 will come into force on April 20, 2006. The regulations make provision for payments to police officers who are permanently disabled as a result of an injury. The Employment Zones (Amendment) Regulations 2006 that will come into force on April 24 2006 amend the Employment Zones Regulations 2003.


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