Recruitment and Training
- Skills task force set up. // Professional Engineering;11/19/97, Vol. 10 Issue 21, p9
Announces that British Education and Employment Secretary David Blunkett has set up a new task force to take a strategic view of skills shortages and how to overcome them.
- Corporate killing back on track. // Personnel Today;5/27/2003, p2
The Home Secretary of Great Britain, David Blunkett, has again promised a law that will punish large corporations whose failure to set or maintain standards causes a death, as of July 2003. Blunkett said a new Bill will be introduced to tighten corporate manslaughter laws, rather than through an...
- Nissan begins program for salesperson retention. Rechtin, Mark // Automotive News;5/25/1998, Vol. 71 Issue 5767, p34
Presents information on a retention program for salespersons by the Nissan Division. Aims of the program; Reason for having the program; What salespersons will receive after completing the program; Comments from Michael Seergy, a Nissan Division general manager.
- No. 2 Infiniti exec departs for Intel. Rechtin, Mark // Automotive News;7/21/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5723, p43
Reports E.C. Mueller's departure from the Infiniti Division of Nissan Motors. Only Daryl Kenningham higher at Infiniti; Other departures from Nissan's US operation in 1997.
- Nissan lays off 115 in sales; Divisional duties combined. Bechtin, Mark // Automotive News;4/26/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5496, p39
Reports on the termination of employees of Nissan United States at its Carson, California headquarters in April 1993. Restriction to headquarters staff; Worldwide cost-cutting program; Merger between many functions of the Nissan and Infiniti divisions; Promotions and replacements of various...
- NEWS IN BRIEF: Ev Expansion. // Engineer (Online Edition);8/15/2011, p10
The article reports that Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has been actively recruiting around 200 engineers and maintenance technicians to support the production levels and vehicle development at its plant in Sunderland, England.
- Nissan rattles Japan with tough ethics code. Treece, James B. // Automotive News;5/4/1998, Vol. 71 Issue 5764, p1
Reports that a code of conduct drafted by Yoshikazu Hanawa, president of Nissan Motor Company, prevents employees from accepting gifts or entertainment from, or offering them to, business partners and government officials. Reference to General Motors company's `zero tolerance' policy; Reason...
- Government to close loophole over 'controlling mind.'. // Employers Law;Jun2003, p5
Reports on the legislation on the role of large employers in the killing of employees in Great Britain. Legal loophole in the law on involuntary or gross negligence manslaughter; Statement from Home Secretary David Blunkett about the legislation; Response from employers' associations to the...
- NEW TARGET FOR BLUNKETT. // Community Care;10/13/2005, Issue 1594, p5
Presents opinion on the approach that will be taken by British Secretary of State for works and pensions David Blunkett to provide employment to people with disabilities. Factors that hinder persons with disability to work; Effectiveness of the Pathways to Work scheme launched by the government.