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November 2010
People Management;11/25/2010, p13
The article features several notable people in the human resource (HR) industry in Great Britain and their views on how to create an engaged workforce while adopting cost-control measures including Surrey County Council head of HR and organisational development Carmel Millar, McDonald's Corp. senior vice president and chief people officer in Great Britain and Northern Europe David Fairhurst, and G4S director of employee engagement and HR Jenni Myles.


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