People Management, (UK), 19 Feb 98 (4/4)
Start page: 49 No of pages: 2
Looks at the potential for UK organizations to club together to benchmark their operations, setting out the advantages of doing so. Profiles the benchmarking organized by the Financial Services Special Interests Group benchmarking club, indicating how the benchmarking statistics it provides can be used to give organizations a real understanding of problems in their human resource practices. Considers a similar approach to benchmarking undertaken within the UK’s Civil Service which looked at the National Audit Office’s use of secondments.
Subject(s): BENCHMARKING, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, FINANCIAL SERVICES, CIVIL SERVICE, CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, UNITED KINGDOM
Database: PTA: Personnel & Training Abstracts
Indicators: Research Implication- *, Practice Implication- **, Originality- **, Readability- *, Total Number- ****** Reference: 27AG153
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