On your marks, get set, go — preparing for the London 2012 Olympics
This is our 3rd Olympics briefing, dealing with how to prepare for issues that may arise once the Olympic Games are underway, for example unauthorised absence, performance issues, discrimination and misuse of computer systems. It is important that your managers are prepared to deal with all these issues should they arise.
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