Talking shops or serious forums?

Carley, Mark
July 1995
People Management;7/13/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p26
Presents an in-depth discussion on the reality behind the political debate about the European Union's works councils (EWC). Views of British employers on EWC; Organizational framework of EWC; By-law agreements between the council and its members; Scope of the functions and responsibilities of EWC; List of companies under the EWC; Comments of participants on EWC.


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