Changing Lives, Changing Business addresses emerging demographic trends in Britain. The 'shape' of our population and of our lives are changing all the time, and the business world is having to form plans now on how to deal with how the workforce will look in 20 years' time. Accessible and informative, this book offers decision-makers an overview of what lies ahead. Tackling tough questions - will retirement disappear? will we produce enough babies to have a workforce in the future? - its unique perspective makes it a must-read for business students, managers and recruiters alike. Praise for Going Global: 'The book draws information from a wide variety of sources and presents it in an easily digested form that will appeal to a wide audience.' Professional Manager (Jan 2008) 'Going Global offers that rare combination in a book - lots of accessible facts, the drawing of important links between seemingly loosely related subjects, and clarity of analysis. Read it.' People Management (March 2008)Millennium Cohort Study First Survey: A Usera#39;s Guide to Initial Findings, London: Institute of Education Centre for Longitudinal Studies, 2004, p. 160. ... 12 Daycare Trust Childcare Costs Survey 2008, London: Daycare Trust, 2008. 13 Foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Changing Lives, Changing Business|
|Author||:||Michael Moynagh, Richard Worsley|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2009-02-18|