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The dispute at British Airways over the introduction of new time recording procedures resolved after the threat of strikes in July this year, represents a change in the attitude of much of the UK’s workforce. Although the particular procedures proposed by British Airways can hardly be described as excessive or extreme, the reaction of the workforce represented an increasingly strong tide in the UK employee relations environment of a need for employers to prepare the ground before implementing change – in other words, to consult their workforce.

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