Plans end blue-white divide in town halls

Littlefield, David
February 1997
People Management;2/20/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p10
Reports that the Local Government Management Board (LGMB) representatives hope that a single-status deal with unions will end in expensive legal cases. Local authorities concern on the gap between blue- and white collar staff; Remarks of Charles Nolda, director of employment affairs at the LGMB, on their negotiation with the unions; Several options contained in the proposals that incorporates a national pay spine and a shorter working week. INSET: Main single-status proposals..


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