January 2010
People Management;1/28/2010, p13
This section offers news briefs on British employment. Law firm SAS Daniels said that it has been receiving enquiries from employers regarding dubious absences of employees who claim to be skiving snow as a result of the prolonged winter season. 5-foot-tall police officer Robin Port, Great Britain's shortest policeman, says that there is no height discrimination in the British police force. The Association of Graduate Recruiters in Great Britain reported that British graduates face fewer job opportunities than elsewhere in the English-speaking world.


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