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by Heidi Granger,Heather Hoct
- ISBN: 0856053406
- Category: Money & Business
- Author: Heidi Granger,Heather Hoct
- Subcategory: Economics
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Department of Trade & Industry; New Ed edition (April 15, 2005)
- Pages: 46 pages
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Book's title: Trade union membership 2004Heidi Grainger and Heather Holt. Personal Name: Holt, Heather.
Book's title: Trade union membership 2004Heidi Grainger and Heather Holt. System Control Number: (OCoLC)ocm60600529. Corporate Name: Great Britain. Department of Trade and Industry. Office for National Statistics.
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Grainger, Heidi; Holt, Heather. This report contains estimates of trade union membership in Great Britain and the United Kingdom from the autumn 2004 Labour Force Survey (LFS), for employees and for all respondents who are in employment. Estimates are presented for the number and proportion of people in employment who are trade union members, and for employees whose pay and conditions are affected by collective agreements. We also provide trade union densities by age, sex, ethnicity, full and part-time employment and region. Estimates have been weighted to coincide with the post-2001 Census population estimates.
Heidi Campbell and Heather Looy have put together an excellent collection of essays on the relationship between science and religion, nicely mirroring the current reach of science and religion scholarship. Most of the articles are apt. Many are outstanding. This volume will serve as a very handy reference guide for both scholars and laypersons. -David C. Lindberg, Hilldale Professor Emeritus of the History of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison