May 2011
People Management;May2011, p12
This section offers news briefs about employee performance and reward in Great Britain, including an easing of fears over a growing wage-price spiral in light of the decline in the inflation rate, rail unions' expected rejection of a long-term pay deal offered by the London Underground, and the formation of the Childcare Voucher Providers Association to ensure good service for employers and working parents.


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