Lammy, David
August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p7
The author reflects on the opportunities that globalization offers to Great Britain. Companies in Britain need a highly-skilled and a highly-productive workforce to compete with globalization. Former economic advisor to former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Gene Sperling says that people today have to prepare like someone who is training for the Olympics but does not know what sport they are going to enter and thus they have to be ready for anything. Investing in employees will increase staff loyalty and retention rates.


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