The search is on for the UK's best employer

August 2002
Management Services;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p3
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Croner Consulting is leading the search for the best employer in Great Britain. The organization, which enables companies to deal with the complexity of employment legislation, is encouraging employers to shout about their successes and celebrate by entering the "Employer of the Year Award," which is part of the National Business Awards for 2002. The National Business Awards is a major initiative that aims to promote and showcase excellence and celebrate the achievements of British business.


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