July 2010
People Management;7/1/2010, p13
This section offers news briefs on human resources (HR) in Great Britain. The Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert, Stirlingshire will be using robots when it opens in August. According to a survey conducted by Cegos, 53 percent of European workers would be willing to pay for part of their work-related training. A comment from Unison general secretary Dave Prentis on possible pensions regulation by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is presented.


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