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The new government requires <<u>> employers to

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The new government requires <<u>> employers to inform an employee of their <</u>> legal right to holidays and over time pay.

1) employersto inform employees that there is a
2) that employers inform an employee of their
3) that employers inform the employees that they have a







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Mr. Santo,

You should post your questions in the correct format.

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can't be answer 2.

an employee is singular, can not be "their"

post the correct question pls

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