Training/pay and benefits

May 1996
People Management;5/2/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p8
Presents information about the training and other benefits provided by various companies. Launching of a company mentoring scheme giving small firms access to wisdom from United Kingdom top executives by the Business Bridge; Information on the three year training initiative of Granada Television; Chancellor Gordon Brown's proposal for the creation of an extra 700 million pounds for post-16 education by withdrawing child support from 16 to 18-years olds.


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