An Exercise in Redeployment. The Report of a Trade Union by Ron Thomas

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Most members of the Group went along with much of this and continued to emphasize the need for manpower budgeting but few would accept "the sting in the tail". One steward commented: I remember direction in the last war. If your face didn't fit you found yourself in the desert. 46 AN EXERCISE IN REDEPLOYMENT The general feeling of the Group was that manpower budgeting should give a reasonably clear indication of how many and what kind of skills were required to move either within the industry or to other industries.

358. , p. 319. , p. 325. , p. 331. On 12 March 1966, The Economist reported that "Terminal payments on the cancelled TSR2 amount so far to £31£ million", p. 1035. ( 6> Robert Maxwell, see Hansard, 6 April 1965, p. 385. ( 2) (3) CHAPTER 4 Some Thoughts on Labour Mobility and Redundancy W E BEGIN at a time (autumn 1966) when thousands of workers face the prospect of short-time working, redundancy, and unemployment. In the car industry alone some 4 0 , 0 0 0 workers may find the level of their earnings significantly reduced and hundreds could be made redundant.

It should not then (given good will on both sides) be impossible to draw up a negotiated short list by giving "weights" to agreed factors like skills, age, marital responsibilities, particular economic and social repercussions, the need for a balanced labour force, and so on. As far as a balanced labour force is concerned—something which employers seem to insist upon—it might well be an efficiency stimulant to "rock this boat" a little. If workers have to accept something more than inconvenience why not management?

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