January 1996
People Management;1/25/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p13
Presents updates on employee relations in Great Britain as of January 25, 1996. Introduction of 360-degree appraisal at the Department of Education and Employment; Issuance of a code of conduct on bullying at work by the Gloucester City Council in England; Series of wildcat walkouts by postal workers in London, England.


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