Unions call for unhindered access to online systems

Welch, Jilly
April 1998
People Management;4/30/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p11
Deals with the international campaign, `Online rights for online workers,' launched by the International Federation of Commercial, Clerical and Technical Employees (Fiet). Purpose of the campaign; Comments from Philip Jennings, Fiet's general secretary; Results of a survey conducted by Cnet, a Web broadcaster, regarding policies of companies on electronic-mail usage of employees; Online agreements of several European countries.


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