SA builds wealth on industrial relations

Welch, Jilly
November 1996
People Management;11/21/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 23, p11
Reports on the campaign of South Africa for economic competitiveness by addressing its workforce needs. Vitality of labour relations act; Role of human resource management on industrial relations; Affirmative action plan of the state.


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