October 2009
People Management;10/22/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p11
This section offers news briefs related to management in Great Britain as of October 22, 2009. The Shaw Trust charity revealed that changes to welfare policy may lead to disabled people being disqualified in government-funded programs to help them into work. The connection between staff engagement and pupil performance was identified in a survey for schools in West Berkshire, England. Pat Rees of Heinz related that their bite-sized training courses are improving learning and enhancing staff management.


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