Family friendly policies and new rights for employees head the list

Exten-Wright, Jonathan
July 1998
Cabinet Maker;07/03/98, Issue 5095, p8
Trade Publication
Summarizes the proposals and implications of Great Britain's Government White Paper on industrial relations. Inclusion of terms for compulsory trade union recognition in the workplace; Reduction in the qualifying period of employment for protection against unfair dismissal; Ability of employees with fixed term contracts to waive their right to unfair dismissal and statutory redundancy payments.


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