March 1995
People Management;3/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p12
Provides information on German workers' strike, short supply of staff and consultation role in France. Pay strikes of the German workers; Significance of the short supply of staff to organizations in Central and Eastern Europe; Components of the debate about the consultation role of France.


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