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Byline: By Wales on Sunday

Holiday blues:

The research by Investors In People, a Government-backed body which aims to improve working environments, showed that 51 per cent of employees aimed to make sure they spent less time at work.

A full lunch break was on the menu for 11 per cent, while 19 per cent vowed to leave work on time and more than a fifth simply decided to book another holiday.

STAYING POWER:

The hunt is part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of RAC Hotel Services.

RAC Hotel Services spokesman David Sims said: 'Whether it's a manager, a receptionist, a chambermaid or room attendant, a waiter or waitress, we're tracking down some of the absolute best.'

TAKING THE TRAIN:

ITW, which tests non-destructive packaging, invests six per cent of payroll costs on off-the-job training compared to an industry average one per cent.

More than 850 firms were surveyed for the People Skills Scoreboard.

ITC also gave staff 10 days training, compared to an average 2.2 days.
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Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 5, 2004
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