December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p22
The article presents blog entries posted on the publication's Web site by personnel managers in 2011. Antonio Horta-Osorio, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lloyds Banking Group, is praised for admitting he suffers job stress. The April 1989 disaster in Hillsborough, England in which 96 soccer fans died attending a game is discussed. A government proposal to allow confidential communications during employee performance evaluations is praised.


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