Eternal merry-go-round

Gay, Alison
May 2004
Cabinet Maker;5/7/2004, Issue 5387, p3
Trade Publication
Comments on the employment trend of the furniture industry with respect to retailing and manufacturing in Great Britain. Reluctance of furniture companies to draw employees from other industries; Notion of drawing retailers, buyers, and executives from other sectors; Possibility of young talents ready to rise up through the ranks.


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