July 2010
People Management;7/1/2010, p8
This section offers news briefs on international human resources (HR) law including the proposal by the Chinese Communist Party for employers to improve skills training and increase salaries of workers and the scheduled strikes by public sector workers in France for the state pension age to be raised from 60 to 62 from 2018.


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