Allen, Michael
June 1998
People Management;6/11/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p36
Focuses on the partnership agreement between supermarket company Tesco and shopworkers' union Usdaw in Great Britain. Significance of the partnership; Business background of Tesco; Overview on the conditions and context of the agreement; Factors that prompted the agreement. INSETS: The special offer;On the way to the forums;Business background.


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