Global share plan is not to be sneezed at

Walsh, Jennie
November 1997
People Management;11/06/97, Vol. 3 Issue 22, p20
Reports on Kimberly-Clark Corp.'s plan of giving 3.4 million share options to its staff worldwide as part of its loyalty program. Program as part of Kimberly's strategy of meeting its human resource consultant to Chapman Hendy Associates; Appointment of Paul Phillips as head of human resource department to Parity Solutions; Promotion of David Sharrock as director of Cumbria Tec.


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