November 2011
People Management;Nov2011, p20
The article offers the highlights of various blogs about human resources management which were published online in October 2011, including one which discusses the reasons for the rise in stress-related absence, another welcoming the unfair dismissal change, and another on tackling the benefits of implementing the agency workers regulations which came into force on October 1, 2011.


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