Whitehall to face a recruitment revamp

Whitfield, Martin
February 1996
People Management;02/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on the announcement of the British government which encourages scientists and engineers to take up senior posts in the civil service. Implications of the announcement; Planned reform in the selection procedures for civil service entrants; Objection to the privatization of the national engineering and transport research laboratories.


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