July 2008
People Management;7/10/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 14, p13
The article focuses on employment-related issues featured in various publications in Great Britain. A report found only 38 percent of employees surveyed felt senior staff were involved with their work, according to the June 19, 2008 issue of the "Health Service Journal." The June 26, 2008 issue of "The New Statesman" reported that the increase in technology products which allow people to work from anywhere has meant many people work everywhere.


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