Personnel puts limits on city extravagance

Littlefield, David
January 1997
People Management;1/9/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p9
Reports on role of personnel departments in the determination of employee bonuses in London, England. Estimates on the bonuses given by financial institutions to their top performers; Formulas for calculating bonuses; Trends in the role of personnel managers; Coverage of total compensation packages developed by the departments.


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