The employment relations bill at a glance

Walsh, Jennie
February 1999
People Management;2/11/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p18
Illustrates the employment relations bill of Great Britain. Information on trade union recognition and consultation; Enhancement to the individual rights and standards of employees; Information on disciplinary and grievance hearings; Overview of the working conditions in the country; Comments from Geoff Armstrong, director-general of Institute for Personnel & Development; Views of John Monks, general secretary of Trade Union Congress.


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