Tube personnel boss rails against union's hard line

Overell, Stephen
October 1995
People Management;10/19/95, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p7
Reports on the accusation of Ann Burfutt against National Union of Rail (RMT) rail workers union on its claim for a six percent pay rise. Account on the strikes done by rail workers; Settlement agreement of RMT strikers; Comments of Wilf Proudfoot, union's assistant general secretary about the strike.


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