April 2008
People Management;4/3/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p13
This section offers news briefs concerning the field of personnel management around the globe as of April 2008. Starbucks is to be forced to repay more than $100 million in tips to staff at its California stores. Airport workers in India have ended a strike over the part-privatization of airports, after the government promised to meet union officials to address their concerns. An international online campaign has been launched to raise awareness of the conditions for workers making Olympic goods.


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