Timed out?

Smedley, Tim
December 2010
People Management;12/9/2010, p18
The article discusses the implication of public-sector layoffs for private-sector employers in Great Britain. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) chief economist John Philpott predicts 725,000 job losses in the public sector due to reduced government spending. Government plans for private-sector growth were outlined by Prime Minister David Cameron in a speech at the October Confederation of British Industry (CBI) annual conference. The small and medium enterprise (SME) sector is expected to fill the jobs void.


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