Collectivism returns

Younson, Fraser
March 1998
People Management;03/05/98, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p21
Focuses on the relationship between the British government's efforts to introduce legislation for mandatory trade-union recognition and the resurgence of collective bargaining. European Union's implementation of its works council policy and its impact on British labor policy; British government's implementation of domestic works council programs. INSETS: Legal checklist. by Olga Aikin;Who can set up article 3 agreements?;Areas of consensus or recognition.;`Difficult' areas.


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