DECEMBER '05 Edition - Sport England / Staff Retention
The second of a series of interviews on both sides of the Atlantic under the heading 'Walking with Clients', sees Editor Tessa Russell visiting Sport England, which recently commissioned the largest ever UK CATI survey and has a raft of research-based initiatives running, as part of its quest to get Joe Public 'active'.
RI's training and development man Daniel Wain gives his views on staff retention in our skills & trends article, while in a panto-style 'Love 'n' Hate' an online researcher rubs a lamp and gets some wishes, then gets rubbed up the wrong way. If we're allowed to use that phrase in a family site like this.
As ever, there is senior level personnel news and vacancies plus two pages of international jobs.
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