BAe puts personnel in cockpit of change

Overell, Stephen
March 1997
People Management;03/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p7
Reports about British Aerospace (BAe) proposal on human resource practitioners to undertake skills training against a company-wide personnel benchmark. BAe deal with a business school in England to train its employees; Courses offered to employees; Purpose of training framework; Function of benchmarking system.


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