November 2007
People Management;11/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p11
This section offers news briefs on personnel management in Great Britain. More than half of National Health Service (NHS) staff have considered quitting the health service in the past 12 months, an independent survey has revealed. A group of leading employers has written to Prime Minister Gordon Brown proposing that workers caring for disabled or elderly people should receive tax-free care vouchers as part of their salary. Another research found that less than a third of employees have complete trust in their manager.


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