Manual workers hit most by long working hours

Overell, Stephen
October 1995
People Management;10/19/95, Vol. 1 Issue 21, p16
Compares the working hours of manual and non-manual workers as illustrated in the survey conducted by Central Statistical Survey for the 1995 New Earnings Survey. Results of the survey; Significance and implication of the survey; Comments of Harriet Harman, an employment secretary on the survey.


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