Belt-tightening forces HR firms to change with times

Nichols, William
November 2001
Warsaw Business Journal;11/12/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 46, pS1
Focuses on the management of Human Relation (HR) department in Poland. Importance of HR in the company; Issue on the reduction of HR services; Advancement of the desk-sharing program of Jolanta Jaworska, human resource manager of IBM Polska in the company expenditures.


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