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Posted by Andrew on 9th August 2017
The idea that microchipping employees should be welcomed by UK companies after the first American firm recently began offering its workers implants is both outrageous and bizarre, says Henley Business School’s Professor Nada Kakabadse.
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On 7 May, Britain goes to the polls, with the outcome quite impossible to predict. The former certainties of the British political system – that our simple first-past-the-post elections would produce strong, majority government – have been upended. This means we are likely to be heading for a confused and indeed rather ambiguous result.
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