Chemical firm reacts against EWC directive

Overell, Stephen
October 1996
People Management;10/24/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p9
Announces that Akzo Nobel, the Dutch-owned chemicals-to-coatings multinational, has been forced to consider changes to its management structure in the wake of the requirement to set up a European works council (EWC). Information about meeting the requirements of the EWC directive; Directive's prescription; EWC agreement.


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