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The size of the Board for companies with 2ooo-Ioooo is 12, for those with 1oooo-2oooo is 16 and for those with over 20 ooo is 20. Where there are 12 members, 6 represent the shareholders and are elected at the annual shareholders' meeting; the other 6 represent the work force, of whom 2 are appointed by the unions (manual and white collar) and 4 by direct election by secret ballot. Of the latter, two are elected by the manual workers, one by technicians and salaried staff, and one by junior managerial staff.
They therefore confronted management with demands at shop floor and plant level in excess of nationally agreed wages or conditions and, when their demands were not granted, called unofficial strikes. These, known also as 'wildcat strikes', had become a serious problem by 1964, when the Conservatives failed in their attempt Government Involvement in Industrial Relations 2I to have a fourth term of office and Labour won the election. ' Based on this Report the Government in Ig6g launched a Draft White Paper for discussion, In Place of Strife, 2 setting out various legal restraints on unofficial strikes in default of statutory conciliation and arbitration procedures (as already applied in Germany- sec Chapter 4).
This was, perhaps, the way the Government preferred it to be. The numbers of days lost by strikes in I98I and I982 were amongst the Government Involvement in Industrial Relations lowest on record, though the main cause of this was probably fear of unemployment rather than the new legislation. MRS THATCHER- 1983 At all events, Mrs Thatcher's strategy was a political success. With the opposition vote split between the Labour Party and the LiberalfSDP Alliance, Mrs Thatcher was re-elected in June 1983 with a massive overall majority, increasing from 43 in 1979 to 144 in 1983.
Industrial Conflict and Democracy: The Last Chance by Richard Clutterbuck