December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p16
News briefs on executive compensation, wages and employee fringe benefits in Great Britain are presented including a report on compensation of directors of corporations by a government advisory commission, a proposal by Labour Party leader Ed Milliband to tax bonuses given to bankers and a survey of personnel managers indicating a majority believe a company automobile is an effective fringe benefit for recruitment and retention of employees.


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