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Alec Snobel describes how a health farm is giving British executives new heart.
Much of industry's staggering theft bill could be averted with more thought given to the security aspects of new factories and warehouses. Meanwhile, management is still inclined to wait for a breach of security before going about the costly business of trying to plug it.
John Diebold president of the Diebold management consultancy and investment group gives his view as to why the Japanese economy has come through world recession relatively unscathed, and suggests that some of Japan's business practices and customs could usefully be adopted in Britain.
Loopholes in the Equal Pay Act are being used by employers in industrial tribunal hearings and tacitly accepted by tribunal members who lack experience of industrial pay negotiation, claim critics of the legislation. Del Coomber looks at the effects of the Act and one strike which it has provoked.
Yet another survey to reinforce the belief that talented British managers are looking abroad for a better deal.
Management consultant and author, Barry Maude, looks at some of the ways individual companies have set about improving management communication. As one chief executive comments Providing the heads of key functions work together as a team, the company to a large extent manages itself.
ITEM the British manufacturing arm of the Demag materials handling group specialists in overhead crane production buy most of their steel from the Continent.
THE ONLY Vauxhall I ever owned was a G registration Victor with 40,000plus miles on the clock when I bought it.
Eight engineering workers faced with shorttime working because of a shrinking order book, took to the road to see if they could do better than the company salesmen. They didn't sell a single product but they did come back with some useful experience that serves to demolish a popular shopfloor...
Here's a case history to demonstrate that flexible working hours can be applied to production areas as well as offices. Ilford find that one of the benefits of the system is a noticeable drop in oneday absenteeism.
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