August 2009
People Management;8/27/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p7
This section offers news briefs on health and employment in Great Britain. A coalition of public figures supported the call by campaign group Compass urging the British government to set up a commission to help curb increase in levels of pay and bonuses. Ryanair has announced that its decision to close routes from Manchester Airport could affect as many as 600 of its employees in the region. A survey revealed that a third of National Health Service (NHS) nurses would refuse swine flu vaccine.


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