September 2010
People Management;9/30/2010, p6
This section offers news briefs related to management in Great Britain as of September 2010. A report from the British Chamber of Commerce (BBC) claimed that the planned extension of maternity leave to 20 weeks on full pay in Europe may cost Great Britain an extra 2.5 billion pounds a year. The "Body and Soul" report confirmed the impact of mental and physical approaches for improving employee health will on the cost of sickness absence for employers and work life. The Pathways to Work program has been criticized by the Parliament.


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