Parties pledges set out to woo employers

Brockett, James
January 2010
People Management;1/28/2010, p6
The article discusses the election platform of the three parties in the British government which mainly focus on cutting red tape and supporting policies that will boost business. The Conservative party promises to cut corporate taxes and reduce the burden of national insurance. The Labour party's focus is on social mobility, promising extra funds to open job opportunities for low-income citizens. The Liberal Democrats are proposing to forward equality and family-friendly legislation with policies on transferable parental leaves and equal pay audits.


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