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General Strike

Overview page. Subjects: History — Human Resource Management.

The instrument by which syndicalists believed capitalism would be brought to its knees. The General Strike in Britain in May 1926 was not led by syndicalists, nor was it successful.

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nepotism

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

Is the action of appointing and promoting family and relatives. In an organization, it means that family members are favoured over others, even though they may not be as qualified or...

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Trades Union Congress

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(TUC)

The central UK organization to which most trade unions belong. It represents the trade-union movement in negotiations with the government and such bodies as the Confederation...

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