September 2011
People Management;Sep2011, p12
The article outlines labor-related activities in the parliamentary government of Great Britain from September 5-22, 2011, including the release of labor market statistics by the Office for National Statistics, the closure of the Department for Work and Pension's call for evidence consultation on the operation of the Work Capability Assessment, and the annual conference of the Liberal Democrat.


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