September 2010
People Management;9/30/2010, p12
This section offers world news briefs as of September 2010, including the policy of South African Police deputy minister Fikile Mbalula about the fitness of police officials, another on a University of Sussex study about the impact of catching the bus on mental stress compared to driving, and another on a Demos study which revealed that a third of male graduates will put childcare before their career.


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