Minister talks partnership but neglects trade unions

MacLachlan, Rob
April 1998
People Management;04/02/98, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p17
Focuses on the speech of Henry McLeish, British minister in charge of government devolution in Scotland, at the Institute of Personnel and Development's 1998 Scottish conference. McLeish's description of the new politics to be brought about by the devolution; McLeish's comments about the role of labor unions.


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