HR welcomes budget for jobs and training

Welch, Jilly
July 1997
People Management;07/10/97, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p13
Focuses on the factor that tempered the the welcome for heavy investment in back-to-work initiatives and education. Launching of the welfare-to-work plans of Chancellor Gordon Brown's party; Welcoming the chancellor's financial commitments to training; Enthusiasm of Ann Bailey of the Engineering Employers' Federation about the compulsory training elements of the schemes.


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