Previous Article Next Article Hewitt pushes partnership lineOn 11 Sep 2001 in Personnel Today The Trade and Industry Secretary was due to call for a partnership approachto tackling the productivity gap at the annual Trades Union Congress inBrighton. As Personnel Today went to press, Patricia Hewitt was expected to reassurethe unions that the Government will work with them and business leaders toraise the productivity of the UK workforce. She will also claim that the Government understands the difficulties thatmanufacturers are facing and is listening to unions, representative bodies andemployers on the best ways to support the sector. The 133rd annual Trades Union Congress runs from the 10-13 September. Visit PersonnelToday.com for all the breaking news at the event. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.