Mackinnon, Iain; Redmond, Louise; Honey, Peter; Buckingham, Ian
May 2011
People Management;May2011, p20
The article presents highlights of blog posts by "People Management" magazine's contributors on workers' issues in Great Britain, including the establishment of the program Speakers for Schools to get high-profile and inspiring speakers to give lectures at ordinary schools, the British Takeover Panel's redrafting of code that considers recognition of the interests of workers of a company targeted for a takeover, and a study showing that companies that have home-grown chief executives outperform those that recruit externally.


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