Working to rule

Thatcher, Mike
February 1997
People Management;2/20/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p22
States that the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats have given `People Management' journal access to their central offices, including interviews with senior executives and human resource (HR) managers. Comments of Conservative Party on the issue about the Investors in People award received by the Labour Party; Major problem in the management of political parties; Brief account on the Liberal Democrats Party. INSET: Labour's Cranfield experience..


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