Taking care in business

Chynoweth, Carly
June 2010
People Management;6/3/2010, p20
The article discusses the condition of the healthcare industry in Great Britain as the country's population is getting older. It cites that a number of care professionals need help to balance their professional and personal responsibilities. In his inaugural speech as prime minister, David Cameron cited the problem of the ageing population. The opinion of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)'s Ben Willmott on the issue is also presented.


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