April 2011
People Management;Apr2011, p10
This section offers news briefs about employee relations in Great Britain including a protest held by employees affiliated with the University and Colleges Union (UCU) regarding proposed changes to staff pensions, the Sunderland City Council's use of vacancies resulting from staff turnover to redesign roles and redeploy staff, and a survey showing that many human resource professionals in the private sector think that industrial action should be banned in essential public services.


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