Notice the difference

Hagestadt, Charlotte
October 1998
People Management;10/15/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 20, p23
Focuses on the rules on statutory notice periods in the working time regulations in Great Britain. Information on collective agreements incorporated to employment contracts; details on maternity leave and pro-rata amount of paid leave.


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