Tax relief to help manage sickness absence

May 2013
RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;May2013, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p3
The article reports on the introduction of tax relief by the British government that would benefit businesses when they pat for interventions aimed at helping employees return to work following a period of sickness absence.


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