It’s common for companies, particularly those in London’s financial services, to record business calls. But is it all completely legal? MiFID II is coming.
Author Real Business
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Whilst many are familiar with the impact sickness absence has on businesses, especially smaller organisations, little information is provided about the effect of presenteeism.