July 2010
People Management;7/29/2010, p13
The article covers various issues in Europe as of July 2010. An additional pay was given to German police officer Martin Schauder after arguing in court that the time he spends getting dressed should count as part of his working hours. The move of the Exchange Mall in Rochdale, England to install a squat toilet for customers from Asian backgrounds was opposed by local people. A survey by Aon Consulting showed that more than 35 million sick days annually are being taken by British workers for personal reasons rather than for a genuine illness.


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