Directive to let staff see written records

Overell, Stephen
April 1996
People Management;4/18/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p8
Reports on the European Union directive that will allow employees to have access to records held by their employees when it is introduced in Britain. Provisions of the directive; Computerization of employees' manual records; Implications of the directive.


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