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Employee Suspension Book no.3 1951-1970
 
   
Employee Suspension Book no.3 1951-1970
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Brief Description: Book detailing suspensions of employees from the Huntley and Palmer factory in Reading from 1951-1970
Subject Date: 1951
 
Full Description: Factory workers had to abide by strict rules and regulations with the prospect of fines or even dismissal for misbehaviour. Men and women were required to enter and leave the factory by different routes and at different times. Early on the firm laid down rules and regulations 'for the purpose of preserving good order' in the factory. The suspension ledgers outline why employees were suspended or dismissed.
 
Collection: Reading University Library
Place: Huntley & Palmers factory, Reading, Berkshire
Dimensions: Height: 39.0cm, Width: 27.0cm, Length: 5.8cm
Subject: trade <food mfr>, working life
Content Type: book
Location: Reading University Library
Local Ref: HPOS463
Unique ID: rm-ru-hpos463~u_069-i-01-000.tif
IPR: Reading University Library
 
 
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