Bodies line up to attack white paper

Welch, Jilly
July 1998
People Management;7/9/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 14, p11
Reports that employer bodies in Great Britain are planning to launch an attack on the impact of individual rights clauses in the government's `Fairness at Work' white paper. Comments from John Cridland, director of human resource policy of CBI; How union leaders vowed to attack disputed clauses.


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