HR in prisons to focus on 'output.'

Phillips, Lucy
August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p14
The article reports on personnel management strategy plans for employees at HM Prison Service in Great Britain. Organizational development (OD) manager Steve Boast states that the change from a processed-focused to an output-focused organization was made in response to efficiency savings targets. The prison service recruits 12 OD managers on a rolling basis which cover about 15 prisons and 129 human resource business partners.


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