Contrasting fortunes

Flather, Steve
December 1998
People Management;12/10/98, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p42
Analyzes some of the key findings on the survey conducted by the Reward Group and the Institute of Personnel and Development (IPD) on personnel salaries in Great Britain from 1997-1998. Drop in personnel pay in the National Health Service and in business services; Increase in the salary levels in retail and repairs business; Details on the survey findings.


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