February 2011
People Management;2/24/2011, p9
This section offers human resource legal news briefs including the accusation against Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings of murdering geologist Alexander Wright, the suspension of applying dual discrimination rules of the Equality Act and revoking of time to train regulations on small businesses all over Great Britain.


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