Yours sincerely, HR

Moloney, Karen
April 2008
People Management;4/3/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p42
In this article, the author recalls the letters she received as a columnist of the magazine "People Management." According to the author, all of the letters are heartfelt and entertaining. She notes that one writer expressed support for criticism about the government's failure to keep employment law up to date with social trends. She also indicates that another reader wrote to complain about corporate neuroticism.


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