Stopping disaster from ruining lives

Pickard, Jane
July 1996
People Management;7/25/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p32
Reports on the reappraisal of people management in the International Red Cross organization due to the demands on aid agencies and the increased level of stress among aid workers. Report on the experience of personnels in aid programmes; Red Cross' people management programmes; Plan to commission a human resource management centre stage in the debate about the quality and effectiveness of aid programmes.


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