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Tuesday, July 08, 2003

Tim Yeo keeps employees in their place

The very idea that a firm could be fined for not communicating with their staff is ludicrous in the extreme. Staff should speak when bloody well spoken to. And they should be bloody well spoken to when and only when the boss sees fit to do so.

So there.

Mr Yeo says over at this entry at Conservatives.com that: "Compelling companies with as a few as 50 employees to consult and inform their workforce about a range of managerial decisions is potentially burdensome and not necessarily the best way to achieve best practice."

Right on! And how dare the Guardian respond to this brave stance by referring to foolish assertions? They want their heads looked at, they do.


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