Archives for September 6th, 2000

BEYOND TRADITIONAL TRAINING

Book News, PublicNet: 6 September, 2000

Marshall KAims to help trainers re-evaluate their approach and to maximize the effect of training interventions. Equips trainers with a personal-development plan. Looks at creating the foundations for a successful learning programme, explores the theoretical context, and focuses on putting the theory into practice.

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DOING MORE BUSINESS BY PHONE

Headlines, PublicNet: 6 September, 2000

Customers of the National Insurance Contributions Office (NICO) are now able to carry out a much wider range of business by phone, including applying for National Insurance contributions refunds.Regulations have been passed which enable Inland Revenue to accept the bulk of National Insurance contributions business by telephone and in due course, electronic communications such as e-mail.

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TORY MODERNISATION PLANS

Headlines, PublicNet: 6 September, 2000

There is a promise to please just about every public sector manager in Britain in the Conservative Party’s pre-manifesto – but there is also a challenge for sharp justification of every penny spent publicly rather than by the private sector. The Tories have offered up their own version of Modernising Government, which will now be voted on by all party members.The main message is that of freeing public sector managers from political interference and bureaucracy, with a promise to cut down on everything from Ministers to quangos. There are some new twists on now familiar ideas – such as joint working – with a single Minister charged to co-ordinate all regeneration activity and work across departmental boundaries.

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