Red Ken roasts gas chiefs over Protestant `bias.'

Crabb, Steve
June 1995
People Management;6/15/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 12, p9
Questions Richard Giordano of British Gas on the plans of the company concerning the under-representation of Catholics in the workforce. Stand of human rights organizations in Ireland and Britain against employment imbalance; Conditions on employers who discriminate on the grounds of religion; Equality campaign forged.


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