Graham, Rosemary
January 2003
Caterer & Hotelkeeper;1/30/2003, Vol. 192 Issue 4258, p61
Trade Publication
Looks at the impact of the likely call-up of reservists on employers in Great Britain. Legal obligations of employers; Discussion on how to calculate continuous employment; Details of the Reserve Forces Act of 1880.


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