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July 2011
People Management;Jul2011, p8
The article presents updates on human resources management in Great Britain as of July 2011. Clare Chapman, director-general of workforce for the National Health Service and Social Care, plans to resign to become group people director at British Telecommunications. Three Mobile has been able to turn around business losses of almost 1 billion British pounds to break even through a cultural change programme. Birmingham City Council plans to outsource 100 jobs to India.


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