How does your IT department measure up?

September 2006
Personnel Today;9/26/2006, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the journal "Computer Weekly's" Best Places to Work in IT Awards 2007. The aim of the award is to find and reward the best employment practices in information technology departments. November 3, 2006 is the deadline for entries. The entry is free and can be applied online.


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