Pay and benefits

July 1995
People Management;7/13/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p8
Presents information concerning the pay and benefits of employees in United Kingdom. Information on the employment select committee strategy; Possible effect of wage in employment statistics; Cost effect of social security and other benefits to employers.


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