Union court threat if PepsiCo will not talk

Overell, Stephen
June 1997
People Management;6/12/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p13
Focuses on the stand of Pepsico's managers that the company's demerger will not affect its controversial works council deal. Accusation against the deal; Consequence if the company refuses to discuss any changes; Belief of European trade unions on their strong membership in the snack foods division.


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