Bus drivers balloted on strike view

Overrell, Stephen
August 1996
People Management;8/29/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 17, p8
Reports that commuters in England are facing the first bus strike since privatization as drivers bid for national collective bargaining. Demand of the Transport and General Workers Union; Anticipation for the result of consultative ballot; Reaction of the involved companies on the issue.


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