By Ron Thomas
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2) ( 8) 28 AN EXERCISE IN REDEPLOYMENT among the workers is simply that they have not been brought into the ( 1) picture earlier. There were smiles, too, from the group when they were reminded that in the February debate Mr. Roy Jenkins had said: But there is no point in releasing labour unless it is to be quickly re-absorbed in more productive work. In any changes we shall, therefore, have the fullest regard to where and how far that is possible. We are determined not to leave skilled labour lying idle.
But knowing full well that whatever the pronouncements or thinking at government, NEDC, or National Plan level, the changes will have to be worked out on the shop floor, we had certain thoughts we wanted to record and we do so. Members of the group were familiar with the basic economic arguments that a faster rate of economic growth demands mobility of labour. Taking first the question of a more rapid rate of economic growth, the reader should not be unfamiliar with the qualification that trade unionists are not solely concerned with economic motives.
Those on the shop floor describe the latter as "relaxation in reverse". The Relaxation of Existing Customs (Dilution) agreements in the engineering industry contain reservations like the AEU one "that as and when skilled labour becomes available restoration ( 4) to the pre-Agreement practice shall be made". As well as last in first out and dilutees before craftsmen pressed by certain trade unions, there is also likely to be the demand that volunteers should be called for. Thoughts on selection will also be linked with attempts to limit (if not to ban) overtime, the return of sub-contract work, and the ending of outside agency work on the premises.
An Exercise in Redeployment. The Report of a Trade Union Study Group by Ron Thomas