November 2011
People Management;Nov2011, p9
This section offers news briefs pertaining to employment law in Great Britain including British Liberal Democrats' rejection of the suggestions that the British government could scale back maternity and paternity rights, the European Commission's proposal to temporarily reintroduce internal border controls to prevent illegal immigration into Europe, and the Red Tape Challenge wherein British employment law will becoming under the spotlight.


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