Don't spare the rod, says DTI

September 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Sep/Oct98, Issue 11, p5
Academic Journal
Discusses the report `Industrial Tribunals, Workplace Disciplinary Procedures and Employment Practice.' Benefits of disciplinary and grievance procedures for employees; Warning given by the report.


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