February 2010
People Management;2/11/2010, p7
This section offers news briefs on the British human resource (HR) management sector. Christine Williamson, HR services manager of People in Aid, a not-for-profit membership organisation, has traveled to Haiti to help in the people management aspect of the relief efforts there. A research conducted by the National Skills Forum found that ex-offenders struggled to get employment because they lacked the needed skills and qualifications. The Metropolitan Police Service has implemented a recruitment freeze.


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