November 2008
People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p17
The article presents the responses to a poll about the increasing unemployment in Great Britain. One respondent says, in two years' time, companies might be coiling for more people to help them if certain government departments do not act and improve the skills gaps in the natural population resource. Another respondent says there are large numbers of people in the unemployment lines in this country who are more than capable of doing many of the jobs that are being filled by overseas workers, but are not employed because of age discrimination.


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