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A new year, new ideas. Management Today has set up a voicemail box for its readers to give you the chance to have your say.
Every month we will ask questions on which we are keen to hear your opinion.
After you hear our voicemail message, please make your point succinctly - in one minute or less - on one of the following four subjects:
1. The chancellor, Gordon Brown, is worried about wage inflation. Do you see any sign of a pick-up in pay demands in your sector?
2. Has your company ever been a victim of employee fraud?
No need to name your firm, but did you make the fraud public at the time? If not, why not?
3. Has your company ever produced a mission statement that no one really understood? What was wrong with it? How quickly was it forgotten? Or is it still around?
4. Is there another issue that you would like to see covered in Management Today? If so, what is it, and why?
Preface your remarks by referring to the subject number shown above and, if you are willing to discuss the subject further, your name, organisation (if relevant) and contact phone number. All calls will, of course, be treated in the strictest confidence and are charged at normal rates.
If you want to make a point on material already published, you can write to our increasingly lively Letters page by post (see page 21 for the address) or better still by e-mail (the address is firstname.lastname@example.org).