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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

One-minute phonebox: 0181 914 9394

Voice those views. One minute may not seem much but that's what the voicemail message runs to, so call us on the number above, state your contact details and the appropriate question number and summarise your point. We can then call you, if you wish, to find out more. All calls will be treated in confidence and are charged at normal rates. This month's questions are as follows:

1. Is the conduct of the business in which you work driven or affected by particular religious views?

2. Have you ever been in the armed forces? How do you think that your training in the armed forces has equipped you to manage an enterprise in civilian life?

3. Do you think that businesses should fund training programmes for their staff? What sort of training programmes does your business carry out or fund? Are there any restriction on the employees who can take advantage of this training?

4. Are there any other subjects that you would like to see in Management Today?

If you have strong views on anything that has already been published in Management Today, please write to us at the address on our letters page or, even better, contact us by e-mail at

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