January 2009
People Management;1/29/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p13
This section offers an overview of news on the Web related to personnel management in Great Britain. The Commission for Employment and Skill predicts that the British employment market will grow in the long term despite the current economic downturn. Thousands of graduates could be offered paid three-month internships under a government scheme designed to give university leavers a start in the jobs market. The British government plans to pay employers up to £2,500 for every unemployed person they recruit and train.


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