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[IWS] EIRO: [UK] IMPACT OF THE RECESSION ON WORKPLACES AND ON EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS [2 December 2013]
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IMPACT OF THE RECESSION ON WORKPLACES AND ON EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS [2 December 2013]
The first findings of the 2011 UK Workplace Employment Relations Study, published in January 2013, present an authentic picture of employee representation, collective bargaining and consultation arrangements in British workplaces. They also throw an interesting light on the impact of the recession on workplaces, and practices relating to employees and employment relations. This report, which compares the situation with that of the 2004 survey, also explores the impact of recent major policy initiatives.
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