August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p16
The article offers news briefs on the British human resources (HR) sector. A study showed that almost two-thirds of British firms are against the proposed quotas to raise the number of women on company boards as of August 2011. University of Surrey researchers claimed that men flirt at work because they are bored and are not satisfied with their job. The annual tribunal statistics for the year ending March 31, 2011 issued by the Tribunals Service showed that age discrimination cases are already higher than race discrimination cases.


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