Testament of youth: a manifesto for young workers
Trades Union Congress, Campaigns and Communications Dept., 1996 - Labor unions and youth - 22 pages
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agree that trade asked cent say communicating with management Conservative supporters CORNELL UNIVERSITY currently unemployed demographic profile drug abuse earn less East Anglia election employment essential to protect fair amount fair treatment feel neutral feel trade unions feel unfairly treated flexible hours focus groups full or part-time full-time future job prospects information about trade job insecurity job security larger organisations less than 60 Liberal Democrats low pay manifesto for young mention a pay national minimum wage Nearly three quarters need a trade normally vote Labour olds overall part-time workers pay rise permanent contract pessimistic prospects will improve provide any training public sector recent job remained in education respondents 1,014 Sample Profile satisfied or dissatisfied Scotland six per cent slightly higher amongst smaller organisations Testament of Youth three in five trade union members Trades Union Congress unfavourable Union Reps young people believe young people feel young people say young people want