What's on the cards for HR in ministerial new deal?

Littlefield, David
August 1998
People Management;08/13/98, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p14
Discusses how the Cabinet reshuffling in Great Britain will affect the personnel profession. Expectations of employers on the appointment of Peter Mandelson as secretary of state for trade and industry; Views on the reshuffle; Reaction of business representatives on the fact that Barbara Roche has stayed on as minister for small firms.


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