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September 1996
People Management;9/26/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 19, p11
States that British Airways has plans of taking an efficiency exercise aimed at saving the airline one billion pounds. Looking for voluntary redundancies; Skills of people to be hired; Strategy of contracting out services.


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