March 2010
People Management;3/25/2010, p19
An interview with Mouchel chief executive officer (CEO) Richard Cuthbert and human resources (HR) director Ruth Mundy is presented. Cuthbert relates that she and Mundy have been working on big issues including improving the performance management system and a corporate takeover threat. Mundy cites that her working relationship with Cuthbert has progressed and they have been discussing ways of keeping the staff motivated after reviewing the latest results of the staff survey.


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