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British Food Journal Volume 88 Issue 4 1986

British Food Journal

ISSN: 0007-070X

Article publication date: 1 April 1986

Abstract

An odd‐sounding expression recently introduced into the language, derived from the passage of events, Privatization, introduced as a rescue operation for sections of public and nationalised industry to hand them over to private enterprise to avoid their destruction and smothering by the unholy wedlock of trade unionism and weak, inefficient management. It frequently met with the opposition of unions and sections of staff. Efforts have been made to sabotage the take‐over and operation of the services by private firms, occasionally making them impossible to operate. This elementary operation was expected to achieve even greater success in the sections taken over and reduced the room for destructive manoeuvring by ajitator, much of which was caused independent of the unions. In the public services some of the antics between rival factions bordered on the ludicrous.

Citation

(1986), "British Food Journal Volume 88 Issue 4 1986", British Food Journal, Vol. 88 No. 4, pp. 89-112. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb011771

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