October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p15
This section offers news briefs on employee performance and rewards in Great Britain as of October 2011. The number of people saving in company pensions schemes has declined since 1991. Additional guidance to businesses on the payment of the minimum wage to interns has been launched by the government, produced by Business Link and DirectGov. A "People Management" survey found that many human resources (HR) professionals said their organization was not good at linking pay and performance.


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