March 2009
People Management;3/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p9
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. A £1,000 bonus will be offered by Peer 1 to any new recruit who leaves within two weeks in an effort to retain the best talent. Eighty-five percent of the workforce of KPMG have availed of its Flexible Futures programme, which allows the firm to change the terms and conditions of employment contracts. The British Hospitality Association (BHA) is asking the government to delay plans to implement laws banning the use of tips for waiting staff.


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