Unions slam nuclear contractors

September 2011
Utility Week;9/2/2011, p4
Trade Publication
The article deals with the position of unions against the plan of nuclear contractors to renegotiate employees' terms and conditions and pull out of the Joint Industry Board (JIB) in Great Britain.


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