August 2009
People Management;8/27/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p13
The section offers information on news and current events in Great Britain. Executives at Investec will attend a series of leadership training course at the Royal Opera House to learn about risk and performance management. A survey conducted by Powerchex revealed that there is an increase in the number of younger workers that are lying on their curriculum vitae (CV) due to competition for jobs during the recession. Telephone operators at the Scotland Yard Metropolitan Police's control room were required to log their toilet breaks.


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