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733. 24 AN EXERCISE IN REDEPLOYMENT not as fast as the F i l l . "The American rival, F i l l , also flies low to dodge underneath enemy radar screens! " One single event which added to the rumours of cost escalation of the TSR2, was the decision of the Australian Government to buy the Fl 11. In the summer and autumn of 1963 there was a good deal of "scurrying" in government departments to get the Australian cabinet to choose the TSR2. The Sunday Times Weekly Review reported that, finally, TSR2s were offered at less than £2m.
What rights, then, should the worker, the work group, and/or the trade union have in the matter of the selection of redundant workers ? It seemed to us that Professor K. W. " he ends one paragraph by making the valuable point that "We have to ( 1) It seemed to us that BSE management's proposals were almost identical with the Federation's memorandum. ( 2) See Arthur Marsh, op. , appendix D , pp. 341-2. 3) <( 4) Ibid. K. W. Wedderburn, The Worker and the Law, Pelican Books, 1965, originally published in a hardback edition by MacGibbon and Kee.
Careful consideration to the possibilities of transfers, retirements and a reduction in sub contract work, the practicability of short-time working and the suspension of recruitment". If the redundancy is clearly inevitable the memorandum suggests "that wherever possible the employer should adopt a three-stage programme for giving effect to the discharges". This comprises a general warning, an individual warning after selection, and the ( 1) actual period of notice. Part of the three-stage programme suggests that "the workpeople's representatives should be informed .
An Exercise in Redeployment. The Report of a Trade Union Study Group by Ron Thomas