HR must provide better value for money, warns Met's Tiplady

July 2010
People Management;7/1/2010, p12
The article presents the views of British Metropolitan Police group human resources (HR) director Martin Tiplady regarding the importance for HR departments to prioritize cost effectiveness during the volatile economic situation.


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