How studying the law can boost your skills

Bone, Alison
July 1997
People Management;07/10/97, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p57
Argues that personnel professionals must keep pace with the amendments to employment legislation. Elements of employment law; Main reason why students study employment law; Aspects of the contract of employment.


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