Building another working structure

Druker, Janet; White, Geoff
April 1995
People Management;4/20/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p22
Highlights the effect of changes in working practices in United Kingdom construction industry on the personnel function and other sectors. Significant changes in economic fortunes of the industry and its operational process; Training of construction craft workers; Conditions of manual and non-manual workers; Background information on personnel managers. INSETS: Bridging the skills gap, by Dennis Madden.;Project needs are priority, by Roger Stanley..


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