October 2007
People Management;10/4/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 20, p11
This section offers news briefs related to the 2007 CIPD annual conference. Financial services firm KPMG announces that it is using cyberspace to recruit younger generations. Stephen Smith, HR director of Lloyds TSB says that an HR program that considered staff suggestions for making the business more competitive had led to a new set of core values and an improved reward structure. Debbie Cairns of Buckinghamshire County Council says that research conducted among the council's employees show that the benefit they value most was car parking.


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