GMB and TGWU agree 3.5% pay rise with BFM

February 1998
Cabinet Maker;02/13/98, Issue 5075, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the agreement among authority groups in Great Britain to raise the salaries of workers in the furniture manufacturing sector. Percentage of the increase; Legislative basis of the move; Increases in the hourly rates for various workers in the sector.


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