CCT proposals provoke heated reactions

Fowler, Alan
January 1995
People Management;1/12/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p14
Reports on the opposition of three national employers' bodies for local government, to the proposal that 35 percent of their personnel services should be subject to compulsory competitive tendering (CCT). Views about the likely practical effects of the proposals; Reason for these differing views; Several forms of current personnel expenditure to be credited towards the 35 percent target.


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