A clear signal of intent

Adams, Lew
May 1997
People Management;5/1/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p26
Focuses on the privatization of British Rail in 1997. Why the Aslef company recognized the privatization of the rail industry would be no different from any of the other utility sell-offs; How all of the utility privatizations has resulted in job losses; Aslef's priority to protects its members' jobs and working conditions; Strategy of the rail system; Salaries of employees.


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