June 2011
People Management;Jun2011, p10
This section offers news briefs in Great Britain as of June 2011 including the decision of the British government to accept all the recommendations of the publication "Wolf Review" into vocational education, the claim of senior officials that British people are under-represented in the workforce of European Union (EU) institutions due to lack of foreign language skills and the plan of Asda to train 6,000 apprentices this year.


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