July 2009
People Management;7/2/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p8
This section offers human resources (HR) news briefs. A report by independent education foundation, Edge on Vocational Qualifications Day, June 24, 2009, shows an 11% increase in vocational qualifications from the previous year. The United Kingdom (UK) Financial Investments approved a remuneration package worth 9.6 million pounds for Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive, Stephen Hester. Gordon Bruce, head of recruitment of British Royal Air Force (RAF) said that a continuous recruitment process has enabled RAF to meet its recruitment needs.


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