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    Heres the question...

    in the US the change of name from ‘personnel’ to ‘human resource management’ didn’t indicate a wholesale change in the subject area or the practice of managing people.
    However, in the UK the change of name is seen as making a change in the values, aims and methods used in managing the workforce.
    What is your judgement as to whether the British view is a valid one or not?

    If anyone has any help what sort of journal articles to read or how to structure or where to start that would be really helpful!
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