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Articles for January 2012

The view from below

The government is considering changing employment law to make it easier for companies to hire people ie sack them. It sounds plausible, until you look at the evidence
Well, do something

Everybody's talking and writing about 'responsible capitalism: it's time to take action
Don't blame the economy it's the 1% who are making retirement 'unaffordable'

Behind the rhetoric of crisis, the demise of the pension era is as much a product of economic ideology as circumstance
From accountability to responsibility

Today's bureaucracy of accountability serves the hierarchy, not the work or the customer
Avoiding the management tax

Most people forget that management is not a universal benefit. It is first of all a cost and the less of it the better