`Ignorance is no defence'

Mullen, John
May 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;May/Jun99, Issue 15, p18
Academic Journal
Argues that the employment laws effected by the Labour Government of Great Britain will affect employers and the retention of managers in new procedures. Scope of the Employment Relations Bill; Impact of the bill on employees' individual and collective rights; Practical consequences of the legislation; Regulations of work hours and leave entitlements; Limitations of the legislation; Collective bargaining provisions.


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