World Cup 2014 — are you ready for kick-off?
With the start of the World Cup imminent, have you planned how you are going to manage employee relations during the competition?
The World Cup is being held in Brazil between 12 June and 13 July 2014, with the England matches scheduled on the following dates: 14 June at 23:00 — England v Italy; 19 June at 20:00 — Uruguay v England; and 24 June at 17:00 — Costa Rico v England.
Depending upon England’s successes, further games may also be played. In addition, while England is the only UK country to qualify, it is likely that football fans will want to watch many more of the matches throughout the competition…
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