Pay rises show status boost for personnel

Overell, Stephen
May 1997
People Management;5/15/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p13
Focuses on results of a national management survey by Remuneration Economics suggesting that salaries of personnel directors are overtaking those of other professionals in Great Britain. Results backing earlier findings; Premium on organizations' ability to manage people to meet strategic business objectives.


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