Profitable people

Gilbert, Robbie
January 1997
People Management;1/9/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p22
Examines investor interests in the personnel management policies of companies in London, England. Factors influencing the views of investors on people management; Ways in which investors assesses personnel management policies; Approaches in expanding the role of people management in investment decisions. INSETS: When it pays to look at the people.., by Rob MacLachlan.;Beyond warm words and photographs, by Mike Thatcher..


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