8 out of 10 top companies value staff in the reserve forces

September 1997
People Management;9/25/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p13
Reports on Great Britain's Ministry of Defense's strategy to improve the image of reserved armed forces volunteers with press and billboard campaigns.


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