A flexible approach to employees taking time off to study

McIlroy, Elaine
April 2010
People Management;4/8/2010, p30
The article discusses the Employee Study and Training Regulations 2010 which gives employees in Great Britain the right to request for a time off to train or study. It offers a list of information needed in the request including the details of the training or study, location and date, and the qualifications to be achieved. It also provides details on how to qualify for the said request.


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