Don't miss out: final call for the UK's best IT workplaces

Goodwin, Bill
October 2006
Computer Weekly;10/31/2006, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the Computer Weekly Best Places to Work in IT Awards 2007 organized by the periodical "Computer Weekly." These awards aim to identify and encourage best practice in the information technology industry, including creating a positive working environment, providing opportunities for continued professional development and promoting a healthy work/life balance. Entries for these awards have been invited by its organiser, Computer Weekly periodical. And last date for entry is November 3, 2006.


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