People and posts

August 1995
People Management;8/10/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 16, p15
Presents employee appointments and resignations in different companies in Great Britain. David Brancroft-Turner's appointment as head of management development by financial services firm Pearl; Martin Tuckwell, head of training and competence at the Personal Investment Authority, joins Pearl as head of field staff training; Analida Graham's appointment as head of staff motivation at Air Miles Graham.


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