News update

September 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Sep/Oct99, Issue 16, p5
Academic Journal
Compiles news items regarding the work environment in Great Britain. Include a survey among employees on the top office irritants; Causes and extent of stress in the workplace; Danger of employing temporary staff in organizations; Exclusion of women in many international management assignments; Personnel management matters.


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