August 2010
People Management;8/12/2010, p8
This section offers world news briefs relating to labor markets, including South African public sector unions' call for mass walkouts due to deadlocked pay negotiations with the government and a study in the "Medial Journal of Australia" showing that one-third of Australians experienced negative effects from colleagues' heavy drinking.


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