Employing people in the licensed trade
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Employing people in the licensed trade a licensed trade self-help guide from the Small Business Service of the Hotel and Catering Training Board.

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Published by The Board in Wembley .
Written in English


  • Hotels, taverns, etc. -- Great Britain -- Personnel management.

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Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1983.

ContributionsSmall Business Service., Hotel and Catering Industry Training Board.
LC ClassificationsTX911.3.P4
The Physical Object
Pagination105p. :
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15110773M
ISBN 100703300792

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