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[Homework]2010-05-23 世界杯将使请假看球者人数激增

The world cup is fast approaching and new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match. ** the survey shows that  only ten of the worker will be allowed time to watch the games ,which could prove the headache for businesses. A face of considering not going in a tour but only one in 20 said they would use their holiday time. So to combat  the potential surg of sickness ,some employers have become football friendly. I run the building in an area where staff taking a break from work can come and watch it, we 've got good flexible working arrange for staff can  stop early or work late. Empoyment lawer *take a **. To be honest, during the world cup ,I 'm not sure that action is quite the same way we take for other events ,but certainly the employer is in their eyes to * for sickies.
But will the ** die hard for the footballfans. I think if it got to the final ,it definately take a sick. It's football ,and comes around every four years, isn't it? Just get the sense of injustice if you are not allowed to watch it ,really. Lte's hope that  not disappointed, Lucy Macdonald ,sky news.

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[Homework]2010-05-23 世界杯将使请假看球者人数激增

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    The World Cup is fast approching and a new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, whole 64 of them.
The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the game, which could prove a headache for the businesses.
A fifth are considering not going in a tour, but only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat to a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football friendly.
    We want to put up TV Screens around the building in the areas where stuff when they are taking a break from work can come to watch it. We have got good flexible working arranges for stuff can start early or work late.
     Employment lawyer say, take a sickie at your parole.
     To be honest, during World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way, it would for other events. But certainly, the employer isn't having any rights to displine for sickies.
     But will the threat of the sack deter diehard football fans ?  
If England got the final, I will definitely take sick offs.

Why not? You know, it's football and it's for just every 4 years, you know. Just get the sence of a injustice if you are not allowed to watch it, really?
Let's hope they are not disappointed


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The World's cup is fast approaching and a new research shows that more than 7 million workers plan to watch very single match, all 64 of them.  A survey shows only a 1/10 of workers being allowed time off to watch the games, which could put a headache for businesses.

A fifth are considering, not going at all. Only one in twenty said they woud use their holiday time. so to combat the potenitial surge of sickness, some employers become football friendly.

We want to put up TV screens around the building and areas where staff when they are taking a break for work, can come and watch it , we got a good flexible working arrange for stuff can start early or work late.

employment lawyer say take a sick at your parole.

"Being honest during World Cup, I'm not sure that action would be taking a quite the same way that we do for other events. But certainly, the employees isn't in rights to displine for sickness"

But will the threat of sack deter diehard football fans?

I think we gets to the final, we like definitely to sit

Why not? you know, this football close around every 4 years, you know, just get some sort of injustice if you are not be allowed to watch really.

Let's hope they are disappointed. Lucy Mcdonald Sky news
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  The world cup is fast approaching, and new research shows that more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match, or 64 of them.
   The survey shows only a tenth of workers think there will be a lot of time off to watch the games, which could prove the headache of businesses.
    A fifth are considering not going in a tour. Only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat a potential surge sickness, some employers have become football friendly. We want to put up TV screens around the building in the areas where staff, when they are taking a break from work, can come watch it.  We 've got good flexible working arranges, so staff can star early, or work late.
    Employment lawers say take a sicky at your peril.  To be honest, during the world cup, I'm not sure that the action will be taken in quite the same way it would for other events.  But certainly, the employer is with their rights to dicipline for tickets.
     But will the threat of sack deter the diehard football fans.
     If it ain't got to the finals, we definitely take sit ins.
      Why not, you know, it's football, and comes around 4 years, you know.
      Just get the chance of injustice, if you don't allow to watch it, really.
      Let's hope they are not disappointed.
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The World Cup is fast approaching, and new surveys show more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match or sixty of them.

   The survey shows only 1/10 of workers'been known to allow the time for the game which could prove the headache for businesses.

   A fifth of considering not going at all,but only one in twenty said they will use their holiday time.

  So combat to potential surge of sickness,some employees become football friendly.

  We want to put up TV screens around buildings and areas where staff when they take a break from work can come to watch it,we've got good flexible work arranging staff can start early or work late.

  Emloyment lawyers say take a sicky at your peril.
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The World Cup is fast approaching, and \ new research(u.n.) shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, whole 64 of them.

The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the games which could prove a headache for \ businesses.

A fifth are considering not going in a tour, but only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat \ a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football-friendly.

"We want to put up TV screens around the building in \ areas for staff when they are taking a break from work can come and watch it. We've got good flexible working arrangements for staff can start early or work late."

Employment lawyers say take a sickie at your peril.
"To be honest, during the World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way it would for other events. But certainly the employer is with their rights to discipline for sickies."

But will the threat of the sack deter die-hard football fans?

"If England got to the final, I will definitely take sickies."
"Why not? You know, it's football and comes around every four years, isn't it, you know?"
"Just get a sense of \ injustice if you are not allowed to watch it really."

Let's hope they are not disappointed.



Lucy McDonald, Sky News.
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The world cup is fast approaching, a new research shows more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match, all 64 of them.
The survey shows that only a 10 of workers, they now be allowed time to watch the games, which could prove to be the headaches of businesses.
a fifth of considering not going in at all, only one in 20 said they will use their holiday time. So to combat potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football friendly.
You want to produce TV screen, a round of building areas of staff when they are taking a break from work, could come and watch it, we've got good and flexible working arranges, we staff could start early, or work late.
Employment lawyer say take a sicky at your perol.
To be honest, during the world cup, i am not sure that action will be taking quite the same way as it would for other events, but, certainly, the employee is with their eyes to discipline for sickies.
But will the threats of sack detail diehard the football fans.
If England got to the finale, i definitely take a sick-off.
Why not, you know, it's football, and it turns around every four years, you know.
Just get the sense of injustice, if you are not allowed to watch it, really?
Let's hope they are not disappointing it.
Lucy, Mcdonalds, Skynews.

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[Homework]2010-05-23 世界杯将使请假看球者人数激增

the word cup is fast approaching,and new research shows more than 7millions works plan to watch every single match or sixty four of them.the sevrice shows only the 1/10 of works think to be allowed the time to watch the games.it provde  a headache for business.a fifthe are considering are not going at all,but one in twenty said they will use their holiday time.so to combat the potentional surge of sickness,some employers become football friendly.the product tv screen i am around the building and in there where the stuff  when they are taking a break from walk cam come watch it.we've got a good flexible working arrange for stuff can start earlier or work late.
employerment lowayer say take a seeking r u parode.to be honesty during the word cup.i am not sure and that action will be taken adquate the same way we differ other events.and back certanity the employees is having the rights to deciplin for thickys,
well the fread of the sack to detail diahoga football a fans,
if we got the final ,i will definity take in seats,
why not ,do you know ,this football form every four years ,isn't it,you know.
get the things of an injustice ,if you don't allow to watch it ,really.
let's hope they are not disappointed.
mcdonald, sky news.
                                                   
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The World Cup is fast approaching and new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, whole 64 of them.
The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the games, which could prove the headache for the businesses.
A fifth are considering not going to at all, but only one in twenty said they will use their holiday time. So to combat to a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football friendly.
I want to put up TV Screens around the building in the areas where stuff when they are taking a break from work can come and watch it. We have got good flexible working arranges for stuff can start early or work late.
Employment lawyer say, take a sickie at your parole.
To be honest, during World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way, it would for other events. But certainly, the employer is having their rights to discipline for sickies.
But will the threat of the sack deter diehard football fans ?  
If England got the final, I will definitely take sick offs. Why not? You know, it’s football and it is xxx every 4 years, you know. Just get the sense of an injustice if you are not allowed to watch it, really?
Let's hope they are not disappointed
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[Homework]2010-05-23 世界杯将使请假看球者人数激增

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The world cup is fast approaching and new  research shows that more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match,all 64 of them.

The survey shows that only 1/10 of workers think they'll be allowed time-off to watch the games,which could prove a headache for business.1/5 are considering not going in at all.But only 1/20 said they would use their holiday time.

So to combat a potential surge of sickness,some employers have become football friendly.We want to product TV screens around the building in areas where staff,when they're taking a break from their work can come and watch it.We ve got good flexible working *  where staff can start early or work late.

Employment lawyers say take a sicky at your *.

To be honest,during the world cup,I m not sure that action will be taking in the quite the same way we di for other events.But certainly the employers is within the rights to discipline for sickies.

But will the threat of the sack deterred die heart football fans?

If **  got the final **
Why not?You know,it s football and  it join every 4 years,isn t it?
Just get the sense of fun in justice if you re not to allow watch it really.
Let s hope they are not disappointed.



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The World Cup is fast approaching, and a new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, whole 64 of them.

The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the games which could prove a headache for businesses.

A fifth are considering not going at all, but only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football-friendly.

"We want to put up TV screens around the building in areas for staff when they are taking a break from work can come and watch it. We've got good flexible working arrangements for staff can start early or work late."

Employment lawyers say take a sickie at your peril.
"To be honest, during the World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way it would for other events. But certainly the employer is with their rights to discipline for sickies."

But will the threat of the sack deter die-hard football fans?

"If England got to the final, I will definitely take sickies."
"Why not? You know, it's football and comes around every four years, isn't it, you know?"
"Just get a sense of injustice if you are not allowed to watch it really."

Let's hope they are not disappointed.
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The wourld cup is fast approaching and a new reserach shows that more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match, all 64 of them.

The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think that they will be allowed time off to watch the games, which could prove the headache for businesses. A fifth are considering not going on a tour, and only 1 in 20 of them said they would use their holiday time. So, to combat with the potential of surge of sickness, some empoyers have become football friendly.

"We want to put up TV screens around the building in areas where the staff, when they are taking a break from work, can come and watch it. We 've got good flexible working arrangements for staff can start early or work late."

Employment lawers say it take a sicky at * Parol.

"To be honest, during the world cup I'm not sure that the action will be taken in quite the same way if they would add for ther events. But certainly, the employer is within their eyes to dicipline for thinkies."

But will the threat of the sack detered the died-heart football fans?

"We think it got far away form the deputation."

"Why not? You know, it's a football and * in every 4 year, isn't it?"

"Just give a * firm injustice if you  don't allow to watch it really."

Let's hope they 're not desappointed.

Lucy McDonalds, Skynews.
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[Homework]2010-05-23 世界杯将使请假看球者人数激增

The world cup is fast approaching, and you will search shows more than 7 million workers plan to watch every single match or 64 of them. The survey shows only * of workers think they will allow time to watch the games which could prove the headache for businesses.

A faith are considering not going in the tour, but only one in twenty said they will use their holiday time. So to combat the potential surge of sickness, some employees will come football friendly. * TV screens. I rent the building in areas staff when they are taking the break from work can come to watch it. We got good flexible working arrangements, so staff can start early or work late.

Employment lawyer say it take a *. To be honest, during the world cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite same way as it has been taken in other events, but certainly, the employer is within their rights to discipline for *. While the threat of the sack * football fans.

-Do you think it *

-Why not, you know, it's football. * every four year, isn't it.

-Just get a sense of injustice if you are not allowed to watch it, really.

Let's hope its not disappointed. Lucy Macdonald, Sky News.

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The World Cup is fast approaching, and new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, all 64 of them.

The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the games which could prove a headache for businesses.

A fifth are considering not going in at all, but only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football-friendly.

"We want to put up TV screens around the building in areas for staff when they are taking a break from work can come and watch it. We've got good flexible working arrangements for staff can start early or work late."

Employment lawyers say take a sickie at your peril.
"To be honest, during the World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way it would for other events. But cert ainly the employer is with their rights to discipline for sickies."

But will the threat of the sack deter die-hard football fans?

"If England got to the final, I will definitely take sickies."
"Why not? You know, it's football and comes around every four years, isn't it, you know?"
"Just get a sense of injustice if you are not allowed to watch it really."

Let's hope they are not disappointed.


Lucy MacDonald, Sky News.
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The World Cup is fast approaching, and new research shows that more than seven million workers plan to watch every single match, all 64 of them.

The survey shows that only a tenth of workers think they will be allowed time off to watch the games which could prove a headache for businesses.

A fifth are considering not going in at all, but only one in twenty said they would use their holiday time. So to combat a potential surge of sickness, some employers have become football-friendly.

"We want to put up TV screens around the building in areas for staff when they are taking a break from work can come and watch it. We've got good flexible working arrangements for staff can start early or work late."

Employment lawyers say take a sickie at your peril.
"To be honest, during the World Cup, I'm not sure that action will be taken in quite the same way it would for other events. But cert ainly the employer is within their rights to discipline for sickies."

But will the threat of the sack deter die-hard football fans?

"If England got to the final, I will definitely take sickies."
"Why not? You know, it's football and comes around every four years, isn't it, you know?"
"Just get a sense of injustice if you are not allowed to watch it really."

Let's hope they are not disappointed.

Lucy MacDonald, Sky News.
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