German move to local pay deals?

Pickard, Jane
March 1995
People Management;3/9/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p17
Reports on engineering industry strike in western Germany. Speculations on western Germany's centralized bargaining system; Reason for the strike; Predictions about the pressure from smaller engineering companies which are unable to afford labour costs.


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