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Industrial Relations seminar: Café Royal, March 30

12th March 1971, Page 14
12th March 1971
Page 14
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• With union opposition to the Industrial Relations Bill at its height, the future of Britain's industry is far from clear. In a one-day seminar at London's Cafe Royal on March 30, IPC Business and Industrial Training Ltd will gather together both sides of industry to debate the future of employer-employee relations. Three IPC Business Press journals are sponsoring this seminar, Commercial Motor, Engineering and Contract Journal.

After a general introduction in Which the Government's industrial philosophy will be explained and a leading QC will suggest circumstances when employers might need to enforce the new laws. the seminar will split into three groups, each dealing with the problems of a separate industry, Transport, Engineering and Construction. In each section, employers and union officials will argue their respective cases and the day's proceedings will end with an open forum in which speakers and delegates will have the , opportunity to try to establish a basis of agreement within the provisions of the Bill, or at least to define areas of disagreement.

Registration fee for the seminar, inclusive of documentation and refreshments will be £30 per delegate. Bookings and further details from the Conference Administrator, IPC Business and Industrial Training Ltd, Waldorf House, 18 Exeter Street, London WC2; Tel. 01-836 2641.


Locations: London

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