June 1997
People Management;6/12/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p13
Presents news briefs related to employee relations in Great Britain as of June 1997. Findings of a report from the Policy Studies Institute about British employees; Pledge reaffirmed by the government to scrap compulsory competitive tendering in local government; Plans of David Blunkett, secretary of state for education and employment, to press ahead with manifesto pledges on trade union recognition.


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