Benefit changes for carers `don't go far enough'

Merrick, Neil
May 1995
People Management;05/18/95, Vol. 1 Issue 10, p6
States that voluntary groups campaigning to get recognition for carers are fighting a running battle over government tax and benefit charges in Britain. Effect of jobseeker's bill on carers; Countries that allow statutory time off for carers; Estimated number of carers in Britain.


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