Fill of forms

March 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Mar/Apr99, Issue 14, p6
Academic Journal
Reveals that managers prefer to use the telephone than fill in office forms, according to a survey commissioned by the Norwich Union Healthcare in Great Britain.


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