May 2010
People Management;5/6/2010, p10
This section offers news briefs related to human resources including a University of Nottingham Medical School study that highlighted the probability of male doctors from poorer backgrounds in facing professional misconduct charges in their career, the plans of Aviva to close its final-salary pension to existing members, and the number of nursing jobs to be affected by the struggle of the National Health Service to meet savings targets.


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