April 2009
People Management;4/23/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p11
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. A report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission has revealed that women earn up to 60 per cent less than men in the financial sector. A rise of 10 percent in teachers' wages was supported by delegates who attended the annual conference of the National Union of Teachers. The latest report by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation and KPMG has revealed that jobs fall has eased slightly in March 2009.


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