Calls for inquiry on employee relations
- In brief. // New Statesman & Society;11/17/95, Vol. 8 Issue 379, p8
Reports on the Fabian Society's publication of two tracts addressing the British Labour Party's attitude to a single European currency.
- 'Members will laugh' at Fabian four. // Accountancy;Sep91, Vol. 108 Issue 1177, p12
Reports on the call for radical changes in the accounting profession in Great Britain. Criticisms contained in a Fabian Society publication; Problems with audit.
- Fabians launch debate on tax system. // Accountancy;Oct98, Vol. 122 Issue 1262, p33
Reports that the Fabian Society is set to review the tax system in great Britain. Principals that should govern a modern tax system; Debate over the purpose of taxation and its central role in funding public services; Institute of Directors' review of the UK tax system.
- Has employee relations changed for the better? Stevens, John // People Management;3/9/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p57
Explains why the Institute of Personnel and Development (IPD) is carrying out research into developments in employee relations. Changes on the relationship between employer and employee; Findings of the Workplace Industrial Relations Survey (WIRS) about the union recognition and number of...
- Partnership workshop. // People Management;1/9/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p49
Reports on the Institute of Personnel & Development's demonstration of partnerships between trade unions and management at a workshop in Northern Ireland.
- Fabian Advance and Retreat. // History Today;Aug77, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p485
Focuses on the history of the Fabian Society in late Victorian England. Founder of the society; Objective of the society; Origin of the society's name.
- Fabian call for compulsory voting. McHugh, Joseph // Public Finance;06/02/2000, p8
Reports on the proposal of the Fabian Society to hold pilot studies of compulsory voting in local elections in Great Britain. Claims made by the pamphlet `Votes for all'; Projected result of forcing people to the polling booths; Criticisms against compulsory voting.
- Web offers little to socially excluded, say Fabians. Joseph, Colin // Public Finance;7/6/2001-7/12/2001, p15
Discusses a report released by the Fabian Society suggesting that Internet content is the critical barrier in bridging digital divide in Great Britain. Failure of initiatives to engage the disadvantaged; Factors that will influence the aim of universal Internet access by 2005.
- Retailers short-changed. // People Management;6/26/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 13, p10
Focuses on a Fabian Society report entitled `Sold Short: Government and Retailing,' which calls for recognition and government backing for employment in the retail sector.