June 2010
People Management;6/17/2010, p15
The article offers news briefs in Great Britain. Pub retailer Brewer Greene King has introduced its inaugural graduate programme that is aimed at training pub landlords. The survey conducted by YouGov and commissioned by information technology (IT) networking company Cisco showed that over one in 10 male employees would be willing to use food poisoning or stomach bug just to stay home and watch the World Cup of football. A survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers showed that flexible working is the most favored benefit by workers.


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