Generation game

Fox, Kirsten
April 2004
Employers Law;Apr2004, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on legal issues related to second-generation outsourcing in Great Britain. Definition of second-generation outsourcing; Provisions of the Transfer and Undertakings Regulations 1981; Procurement process in second-generation outsourcing. INSET: The law.


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