Labour market: A gap filled - The Economist

Labour market: A gap filled

Labour market: A gap filled - The Economist
Labour market: A gap filled
Published Aug 28, 2004
384 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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The new Europe is easing British labour shortages, slowly SHAMROCK TRAVEL, a Welsh coach company, used to find it hard to recruit drivers. Unsociable hours meant that local workers' attendance was unreliable. That has changed since the...

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