Road Haulage Wages Council: Report of an Inquiry Into Questions Referred to ACAS by the Secretary of State for Employment as to Whether the Road Haulage Wages Council Should be Abolished Or Whether it Should Become a Statutory Joint Industrial Council
The Service, 1977 - Wages - 64 pages
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Comparison of Statutory Minimum Rates with actual
ACAS actual basic application for abolition Arbitration Service assenting haulier agreements basic rates Britain British Road Services Coal Merchants Federation companies Conciliation and Arbitration Councils Act 1959 Department of Employment Earnings Survey employers Employment Protection Act established Freight Transport Association furniture removals GMWU going rate Haulage Wages Council HGV drivers hire-or-reward haulage hire-or-reward road haulage inquiry Joint Industrial Council licences machinery membership Midlands minimum rates N/A N/A N/A national negotiating NJIC number of drivers organisations own-account sector private sector Protection Act 1975 public sector regional JICs representatives road haulage industry Road Haulage Wages scope Secretary sector of road SJIC small firms South Yorkshire Statutory Joint Industrial terms and conditions TGWU trade unions URTU vehicles voluntary collective bargaining Wages Council sector Wages Councils Act Wages Inspectorate Wages Regulation Orders West Midlands Yea Yea Yea Yes Disputes procedure Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes