Employers balk at move to extend consultation rights

Walsh, Jennie
November 1998
People Management;11/26/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p16
Reports on a proposed European law to force firms to consult staff at a national level. Implication of the directive issued by the European Commission; Concerns of the companies on the proposal; Various comments on the issue.


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