May 2011
People Management;May2011, p14
This section offers news briefs about employee recruitment in Great Britain, including British Prime Minister David Cameron's statement that employers should be able to continue recruiting short-term immigrants to fill skill gaps but that fewer of them should be permitted to settle in Great Britain, the government's selection of private companies to deliver reforms to re-hire the unemployed, and the possible loss of British National Health Service (NHS) posts in the proposed reform of the health service.


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