Irish PM calls on HR to help him keep social partnership intact

Frawley, Martin
November 2007
People Management;1/11/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p16
The article reports on the role of good human resources (HR) practice in the success of social partnership in Ireland, according to a speech by Prime Minister Bertie Ahern at CIPD Ireland's 70th anniversary dinner. Despite a backdrop of inflation and industrial turbulence, he believed that social partnership still offered the country's best chance of a successful future. Stating that the nation was a society in transition, Ahern highlighted its growing diversity as an important area in which HR could make a difference.


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