Unison conference looks for two-tier fight

Day, Karen
June 2002
Public Finance;6/14/2002, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of Unison to reverse its support for the ministerial proposals of the British government on two-tier workforce in June 2002. Opposition of the union to privatization; Proposal on the development of a code of practice for outsourced staff; Statement issued by Unison General Secretary Dave Prentis.


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