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ONE of the demands made by the striking power workers tariff concessions on electricity used by their families caused a public outcry and was forcefully resisted by their employers, the Electricity Council.
A job security guarantee is one way of encouraging people in industry to stand for Parliament and hence improve business representation in Westminster. But there are snags. What will be a company's attitude if one of its employees wants to stand as a candidate for an extremist party And will a...
WITH the same bodyshell as the Vauxhall Cavalier, the Ascona is virtually indistinguishable from its British assembled counterpart. But it's the extra touches that make the Ascona a more pleasing car to drive.
Firms which at present exclude or limit liability for negligence or breach of contract should examine their insurance cover as soon as possible. As from February next year, regulations governing exemption clauses are to be tightened up. Here is an outline of the new regulations.
Modesty forbid, but the Institute of Factory Management has got off to a flying start. Since the first publicity campaign seven months ago, the Institute's membership committee has received no fewer than 7,000 inquiries from managers throughout the country.
Renewed efforts to combat tax evasion in the construction industry are meeting opposition from both employers and unions. The unions claim that the latest antiLump measures do little to aid collective bargaining or to enforce safety precautions in an industry notorious for its accident rates....
Black marks for moulding The Rubber and Plastics Research Association is to present the outcome of its survey of productivity in thermoplastics custom moulding at a symposium at Shawbury, Salop, on November 17.
As controversy rages about the development of nuclear power, Britain's traditional energy source the coal mines continue their inexorable decline. The closure of Bargoed like others in South Wales brings not only a mixture of relief and regret for the community directly involved it again...
With new laws on retirement benefits now less than five months away, pensions expert John Vann outlines three ways of running a private company scheme.
An end to payday squabbles with the accounts department and greater control over lateness are two of the benefits claimed for a timekeeping system introduced by one British company.
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