How HR made a difference at work

Williams, Vicky
April 2010
People Management;4/8/2010, p32
The article focuses on the Compass Group, the largest catering and support services organisation in Great Britain, and how its human resources (HR) department provides training and development opportunities to its employees. Compass offers an opportunity to undertake a NVQ level 2 to its staff who do not have formal qualifications. The learning framework yields increased staff satisfaction and retention.


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