Leadership challenge as budget cuts bite

Churchard, Claire
July 2010
People Management;7/1/2010, p6
The article discusses the implications of the budget cuts imposed by the British government for public-sector organizations. It mentions that public-sector workers earning over 21,000 British pounds will undergo a pay freeze, based on the budget. According to Dean Shoesmith, president of the Public Sector People Managers' Association, most public-sector organizations have to conduct leadership and organizational development work. The role of the human resources (HR) department for this period is analyzed.


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