Nurses offered flexible shifts

March 1998
People Management;3/5/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p15
Focuses on the efforts of the British National Health Service to attract more nurses by introducing flexible working schedules. Agency's use of the Timecare work schedule management software.


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