- Workers strike over scheme. // Money Marketing;10/17/2002, p9
Reports on the industrial action of workers to defend final-salary schemes in Great Britain.
- Foreign Labor Briefs. // Monthly Labor Review;May71, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p62
Presents news briefs concerning the labor market as of May 1971. Increase of work stoppages in Great Britain; Polish Government's decision to abandonment a plan of revising the wage system for blue-collar workers and the bonus system for white-collar workers.
- In brief. // Public Finance;2/7/2003, p10
Reports developments in the public finance sector in Great Britain as of February 2003. Demands of train drivers for a national framework for pay; Information on the strike action of the Association of University Teachers in London, England; Investigation of the case of the Leicester hospital...
- Commuter chaos lies ahead as rail strikes planned. // Personnel Today;1/15/2002, p2
Reports the rail strikes of train personnel in Great Britain. Demand to increase the wages of train personnel; Number of personnel joining the strike; Plan of the union members to held a four day industrial action.
- …in brief. // Personnel Today;4/23/2002, p3
Reports human resource developments in Great Britain as of April 2002. Request of the Fire Brigades Union for wage increase; Threat of strike action by the union members of T&G; Decline of unemployment levels.
- â€¦in brief. // Personnel Today;10/8/2002, p3
Reports developments related to personnel management in Great Britain as of November 2002. Suspension of Trevor Luxton from work at Credit Lyonnais; Support of transport secretary Tim Collins to the changes in the strike laws; Compensation of staff working in the public sector.
- …In brief. // Personnel Today;11/12/2002, p3
Presents news items related to the field of human resource management and training professionals as of November 12, 2002 in Great Britain. Postponement of firefighters strike; Strike of airport staff of British Airports Authority; Extension of job travel discounts.
- Grinding Britain to a Standstill. Saperstein, S. // Harvard International Review;Feb1979, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p14
The article reports on the strikes for higher wages by British workers in Great Britain as of February 1979. Almost 150,000 factory workers discontinue working because of subsequent shortages in food, medicine, and raw materials. A million and a half municipal workers walked out to support wage...
- ï¿½in brief. // Personnel Today;2/12/2002, p3
Reports developments related to the status of the employees in Great Britain. Improvement on the workload of the employees; Rearrangement of strike dates; Plan on the increase of employees fee.