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Steele, John
January 1998
People Management;1/8/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p36
Reports on British Telecommunications PLC's efforts to encourage age, disability, race and sex equality among its employees. Business profile; History; Mergers; Employment of women at all levels and in all skill areas; Number of disabled people employed at the company; Awards honoring the company's initiatives. INSET: BT's new company statement..


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