Managing disability at work by Brenda Smith

Cover of: Managing disability at work | Brenda Smith

Published by Rehabilitation Resource Centre, City University in London .

Written in English

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Statement(by) Brenda Smith, Margery Povall, Michael Floyd.
ContributionsPovall, Margery., Floyd, Michael., City University. Rehabilitation Resource Centre.
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