August 2010
People Management;8/12/2010, p13
This section offers news briefs related to human resources (HR) in Great Britain. A survey by Taleo shows that information technology (IT) and HR departments at companies disagree over whether their HR technology should be improved. Metro Bank has decided to open its branches seven days a week, including during some bank holidays. An article in "The Economist" predicts that the London 2012 Olympics will create thousands of long-term jobs due to the development of the Olympic Park and retail center.


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