Using teamwork to slice off excess

June 2002
Employee Benefits;Jun2002, p34
Features the pilot scheme being used by the Hay Group to assess the benefits of team rewards to the National Health Service in Great Britain. Business units involved in the scheme range; Procedure to evaluate the overall success of the scheme.


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