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Already there are indications that several big American companies plan ambitious recruitment drives in our universities
DAVID HARVEY looks at how a British firm can get the right information about personnel abroad
AS COSTS GO UP THE SMALLER manufacturing company facing rising inventory and production costs, as well as scheduling and delivery problems, is now being offered an offtheshelf computerbased solution in the bigcompany mould by Honeywell Information Systems.
It looks as if the agencies set up to make job training more consistent will be too late to stop another skilled labour shortage
Burns International Security Services has started day seminars to educate top management about dealing with this new threat
A year ago Devlin warned that Britain could be left behind in the EEC food lobbying stakes
Hamish McGhie, Britain's economic minister in Tokyo speaks about the present and the future
Regular attention to the whole range of activities would undoubtedly turn up a hundred ideas for tightening up efficiency
There are times when winning a case in court can be disastrou
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