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Consulting Trade Unions

  • Edward Benson
Part of the Industrial Relations in Practice book series (IRPS)

Abstract

It is thought to be good industrial relations practice to keep– employees or their representatives (usually trade unions) in the– picture as much as possible when a reduction in the workforce is– proposed. Employees should be entitled to some say in such vital– matters as the security of their jobs. Para. 45 of the Code of Practice– 1972, made under the Industrial Relations Act 1971, suggests the– following methods by which redundancies should be kept to a– minimum:–

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Trade Union Special Circumstance Industrial Relation Minimum Period Unemployment Benefit 
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© Edward Benson 1985

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  • Edward Benson

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