Happy new year, anyone?

Philpott, John
January 2009
People Management;1/1/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p20
The author presents his 2009 forecast for the human resources sector in Great Britain. He says that the country's workplaces are likely to experience something similar in the year ahead, presenting a stern test to people management. He reiterates that the past 12 months may have witnessed a lot of hard economic news, but only as the year 2008 drew to a close did the human casualties of the emerging recession start to come fully into view, the toll of lost jobs rising on an almost daily basis.


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