January 2008
People Management;1/24/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p12
This section offers an overview of news on the Web related to personnel management. Low pay deal for teachers in Great Britain means strikes will be inevitable. Average commuting time of workers in Britain has doubled in the past five years. Labor unions in Ireland have rejected benchmarking report into public-sector pay.


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