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People would be downgraded, some transferred, until 300 or so to be made redundant were identified. From the AEU side (at least) the various leading and other shop stewards met their respective departmental managers. One leading shop steward recalled his particular meeting: I found that my departmental manager had a prepared statement—it was to be relaxation in reverse. A would be downgraded; he would replace Β who would be transferred and so on.
Callaghan), in announcing the cancellation, went on to say: Naturally the fullest consultations with the trade unions and management are taking place. My Right Hon. Friend, the First Secretary of State, and other Ministers will be ready to act so as to ensure that there is the least possible delay in absorbing all who become redundant into employment where they will contribute to exports and the growth of the ( 3) economy. Later in the day the Secretary of State for Defence (Mr. Denis Healey) took up the same theme: discussion with the companies and the unions so that there will be no delay in redeploying the resources involved....
About 15,000 persons ( 3) are given training annually". " French Ministry of Labour officials "keep a watch on any likely changes in the manpower situation in their areas ; and they sit on all the Commissions responsible for Regional ( 1) Jack Cooper, Industrial Relations—Sweden Shows the Way, Fabian Research Series 235, May 1963. , pp. 6 and 7. ( 8) Redundancy Abroad, Ministry of Labour Gazette, April 1963. «> Ibid. " For workers in Belgium, "Retraining is freely available if a redundant worker cannot be ( 2) found work in his trade".