Labour law shows up parties' true colours

Overell, Stephen
March 1997
People Management;03/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p12
Part I. Examines the contents of Great Britain's three main political parties' manifestos on industrial relations. Labor Party's focus on wages and benefits of the employees; Liberal Democrats' additional policies on employee's wages; Imposed plans of Conservative Party on union restrictions; Agreement between the Parties on the labor market.


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