April 2010
People Management;4/22/2010, p15
This section offers news briefs related to employment in Great Britain as of April 2010. A strike was conducted by Carlsberg employees after the company decided to limit their beer access. Results of a survey indicated the difference between the salary of tall and short women. Results of a survey revealed the intention of men to take advantage of the flexible paternity leave.


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