Employee relations

May 1996
People Management;5/2/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p6
Presents news about industrial relations. Information on the strike action of the General, Municipal, Boilermakers (GMB) general union after rejecting a pay offer from the Local Government Management Board; Reason for the national strike among immigration officials on the May Day bank Holiday in Great Britain.


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