For four days we had a Department of Productivity

Deeson, Dominic
June 2005
Management Services;Summer2005, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p3
Academic Journal
Presents the editor's views on the rebranding of the British Department of Trade and Industry as the Department of Productivity, Energy and Industry as of June 2005. Information on Alan Johnson, head of the department; Advantages of the attendance incentive scheme of the Royal Mail; Allowance that has been made for absence taken.


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