Pay and benefits

November 1996
People Management;11/7/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 22, p14
Provides information on pay awards, increase payment for National Health Service (NHS) and vote for strike action. Average pay awards in the manufacturing sector; Pay increase received by the chief executives of NHS; Reason why members of the Association of University Teachers are being urged to vote for strike action.


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