Rover offers pay deal in return for stability

Overell, Stephen
July 1997
People Management;07/24/97, Vol. 3 Issue 15, p15
Focuses on the three year pay deal agreement of the Rover Group aiming to secure long-term stability in employee relations. Issues concerning the impact of job insecurity leading to the formulation of the agreement; General percentage increase on the payments enclosed in the agreement.


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