Manpower and pay in retail distribution
National Economic Development Office, 1974 - Business & Economics - 76 pages
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Structure of the labour force
Labour demand and supply
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Appendix Table average earnings Britain career development CD CD CD CD CJ CD CM CD ro CD XI Census of Distribution CM CD CM CM CM CM Tt Confectionery costs decile Department of Employment Earnings Survey Educational s--ices efficiency in retailing employees in retailing equal pay Equal Pay Act females figures footwear full-time adult employees full-time employees full-time equivalent gross weekly earnings high proportion hourly earnings improved increase industries and services industries Metal labour force labour stability labour turnover low paid low pay male manpower Manual women Mechanical engine-ing minimum wage NEDO non-manual employees Non-manual women non-wage benefits Number of employees number of shops organisations paid part-time workers pay in retailing recruits retail distribution ro CD sales assistants sales per person scientific s--ices sectors of retailing Source Wages Councils women in retailing XI CD XI XI