Where's our euro-vision?

Cuthbert, Don
May 1998
People Management;5/14/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p31
Focuses on the effects of the economic and monetary union (EMU) on the European Central Bank. Findings of the research conducted by Towers Perrin, the Association for the Monetary Union of Europe and other consultancies, on companies that have a human resource (HR) strategy for EMU; Consequences of EMU in participating states; Responsibility of HR professionals for every individual in an organization.


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