March 2008
People Management;3/20/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p78
The article reports on the Labour Market Outlook survey by the CIPD, which includes a special focus on employers' views on the EU Agency Workers Directive and possible changes to the Working Time Directive. The quarterly survey is based on information from around 1,000 CIPD members and offers a current and forward-looking perspective on the British labour market. It is supplemented by observations drawn from focus groups of CIPD members.


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