Royal Mail tackles productivity

Scott, Anna
August 2007
People Management;8/9/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 16, p9
The article reports on a research project launched by Royal Mail Group PLC aimed at boosting productivity and strengthening its modernization program in Great Britain in 2007. Royal Mail will explore how to improve working practices and other parts of the business to maximize productivity. The firm is planning to invest £1.2 billion in automated processes as part of its modernization. Company director Tony McCarthy described the initiative as one of the biggest projects it has to achieve.


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