White paper to bring `friendlier workplace'

July 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug98, Issue 10, p5
Academic Journal
Presents information on `The White Paper on Fairness at Work' proposal unveiled by Margaret Beckett, president of the Board of Trade in Great Britain. Purpose of the paper; Key proposals contained in the paper; Role of parents recognized on the needs of their children; Introduction of directives on leave benefits for parents.


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