IIP feather for Labour Party's cap

Thatcher, Mike
February 1997
People Management;2/20/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p12
Reports that the Labour Party's recognition as an Investor in People (IIP) puts pressure on other parties to achieve the standard. How the Labour government would put more emphasis on the standard; Other parties that have not yet made a formal commitment to IIP; Remarks of Mary Chapman, chief executive of Investors in People in United Kingdom, about the significance of Conservatives' tardiness in tackling IIP.


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