The right working environment

9th February 2001 at 00:00
* The right working environment is as important as increasing pay when it comes to recruiting and retaining staff, according to new research, writes Amanda Kelly.

A sample of 4,500 techers said that factors affecting their happiness in the job included knowing what was expected of them and feeling that their efforts were recognised.

Pay briefing, 22-24

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