December 2008
People Management;12/11/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p14
This section offers news briefs concerning the field of personnel management in Great Britain as of December 11, 2008. The Olympic Delivery Authority is aiming to secure work placements for at least 50 women a year on the Olympic Park site. The Rugby Football League (RFL) has become the first national governing body of a sport to join Stonewall's Diversity Champions Programme. The EEF has warned that up to 90,000 jobs could be lost in the manufacturing sector.


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