April 2011
People Management;Apr2011, p16
This section offers news briefs about employee resourcing in Great Britain, including the British government's announcement of funding for 40,000 apprenticeships, a report showing that youth unemployment in Great Britain has been overstated by many labor market commentators, and pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) pledge to reimburse the full tuition fees of its future graduate trainees.


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