The spirit of co-operation

Arkin, Anat
June 2007
People Management;6/28/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p42
The article emphasizes the importance of involving unions when faced with the need for outsourcing to ensure positive results. Manchester, England-based Co-operative Financial Services (CFS) announced its plan to outsource to Capita Group and Xansa. According to the article, pre-consultation period enables the union member to participate in the decision making and enables the CFS employees to see the benefits of outsourcing.


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