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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 -IHE LtlHBRIOGE HERALD Solurdny, March 17, 1973 Managers, technologists Jobs scarce 'Ph.D. syndrome' rs.ru! l pirnies. The aim, if not iicc- Ulo sjtuation has b mnis UniMTiDlovnvnt essarUy Hie effect, is to build and the 'non Dole Queue syn- line when the or n drome" u becoming a ser. rather fimg starts, ious social problem m west- JACULM mi, what happens to those who c ern Europe, as it has been are M1 in tho United States for some guropeaiis are also re- r time, as European industry covering fr0m a recession, The avail able evidence c prepares for the more in- (hough it was far less deep shows that the manager and tense competition of the en- the most recent one in the technologist have more argcd Common Market. States, and this trouble getting a new job f A bai ilso been a factor than the factory worker, and Most responsible for reduc- has also been uci .__ ing the number of manager- Britain, France, Italy, Bel- the longer he waits, ial and technical jobs has gjum, the Netherlands al least twice as publicity He and his wife, vantage of age is under- What's being done? How do placed 200 senior executives Cotter en" Benadetle, who went back lined. Eurone's social scmces deal mth 70 younger ones m 1971. secretary, have A recenl by (he does In te continental "Nohodv seems to cire French. Association o! Mana- B jobless allowances Severe iai. drama, he saia. dramatic impact on execu- within 3 months, 55 per cent butc. There is the profound psy- tive level unemployment. within 6 montlis, 70 per cent Jlc3t cmpi0yers are requir- An unemployed Dutchman hological shock of being a instead of two research di- within D months, III) per cent cll by iaw or coi. 80 per cent of his last lave" and then a "have- (here is one. Instead within -12 months and 85 per ientive bargaining agree- for 2S weeks and 70 the poignance of the o[ two group vice presidents cent within 18 monllis are al- msnts [0 gLvo severance pay _cr for the following 52 emoralized trj'ing to show jor marketing there is one. most all over 55. amj solne about a quarter "The financia, wizards. reahze that at In Sweden the is jle pressed suit trotted out of have forgotten the human doubtful I can get a new per- supposed to. three quarters of earnings Jie closet (or each inter- said Ken Pep low, maneut said Har- "leymesipp for 200 davs; at ago 55 Uie general secretary of the Urn- aid I. Bellman, vlio had just In Britamt he legal mini- extcnds for 300 days ted Kingdom Association of been discharged from the mum is one and a half weeks "And he has to smile all Professional Engineers a year post of mar- (ol. eaci, ycar's service for he the way a wluch tries to help enginscrs keling director of (he Scots- an empioyc 41 or older In France a 50-year-old Jrussels woman described jobs. ice machines, subsidi- ar.d week's pay toi1 each year man receives 40 per cent of icr husband's ordeal. ary of the King Seeley Ther- for ihose are younger. pav for 3 months and M per One of the biggest Euro- Company. He had dou- cerit for 9. In West Germany In a Munich night spot a consolidations was put bletl in Europe in the Severance pay is probably it works out t0 about 25 per Siemens enguicer says that together in recent years by two vcars tno j0i, but the most generous in Italy, CQnt tie has just gotten his disrms- gjr Arnold Weinslock, a tail- p was p0 u, an overseas re- where [he Civil Code requires sal notice. He laughs a little or's son who, at has the organization bv Hie Minneso- a month's pay for every year TllfllireillPUt drunkenly and buys another reputation as Britain's most ia- based comoanv. an employe lias worked for a round for the Grangers with ruthless corporate executive. company. nri-whom he sits. A Swede v.-ho lives in Brus- furthermore, there are Into the hopper went the intends to set "If small companies are not special inducements to West In London V. H. Fass, 42, three biggest electrical com-. llp a markctins; consultancy Urine their said German companies to lure an engineer manager, a for- panies _ British General for international companies. Claudio Belli, a management older men. mer managing director of a Electric (no relation to Am- consultant in Trcnto, "it is _nnth, computer systems company, crican AssociatMl "We now have in Europe ,Kmsa they cannot afford ln lnc "rsl the father of two and a man Electrical Indiustries and tho American accent or, t company need pay only half who has been out of work for English Electric and in the he obsen-ed in an in- a r.ew employee s saiai-y witn nearly a year, tells a report- proW some 50000 peoYe tervicw. "But exparience has The big Italian concern the federal employment bu-er: lost their jobs or were en- to count for something loa. I Can. Pirelli, tho deficit-pla- reau paying the rest. couraEed to quit About 2 000 cannot afford to ho demoral- gued tire company, cut its ex- The aim is to encourage the 'Monejm-ise I'm making l 1 research ized. 1 have a wife and two ecutive payroll last year by enterprise to give a trial run out all right, but hat's be- in tlfc ca5Uauics. bovs in boarding school to 20 per cent. Mor.tecatini Edi- to experience instead of ar-cause I have a working wife. were SUpport." son, tho electrical giant, re- bitrarily picking INSURANCE Retraining _. i n ii supplement .the domes-9 UABILITY tic fol.ce aro affected to But unlike the situation .n BONDe varying degrees by the pres- many American companies, ence of too many well trained most Europeans get sever-0 AUTO people for tco few jobs. ance pay and other benefits, rmr including opportunities for re-HKfc "There was a time -.vlien training. DnCCITED ATtUnCC technologists and exeaitives KUjjl IEK AUEnVilEJ ,verc insulated from The secretary os the Gen-ITD. the effects of the swings in eral-Confederation of French ESTABLISHED 1911 thjs country's economic activ- Managers, Jean Paul Mou-lowtr Floor S17 4th t. itjc3 said Dr Ken Hall. zin, pointed out that the job-Phon. 317-1541 heJKj of manpower studies less rale for managers WHEN YOU'RE READY TO TAKE ON THE WORLD GET A HONDA-FOUR! To every motorcyclist there comes a day when you vranl the ultimate CB 75rj the supreme confidence lhat comas from knovdng your machine has all the performance you'll ever need... and more. The world's tirst super-bike, the Honda CB750 is still on top slill the groalest 750-cc superbike around. Dependablity? In 24-hour event afler 24-hour event last year, the Honda 750-4 kept HyJKm coming out in front. Also in the same superb, smooth- VirnPa running class... the Honda CB500-4 and the t Try them. Al your dealer now. al a London cven wjtn jis ]luge comple-tcaching hospital. But psy- mpnt of foreign workers chologically I can't go on sit- me out Of 10 m (h0 labor ting it out like this. I have force has been hit by simi-to break out." ]ar restructuring and Figures on the numbers of "We have a circle of sometimes with "brutal" re- jcWcjs managers and teciv-friends and they all have sults' according to Ernst in Western Europe oh he wen on. "And fa' lhe ditficult to obtain because England, as you know, every- Federation. cf differing methods of revolves around your culalmg tho unemployed, and job. I'm the odd man out. ths reluctance of many wcll-My trouble is I'm too well lUCreaSC paid people cven to register qualified, but there mils I be when they are laid off. a market for my expertise Jn 19_0> Badischo Bul tha taiiies by profes-somewnere. Soja _ a descendant sional organizations on those cf the prewar I.G. Farben who come for help clearly 'Sl.mviiiPiil' Chemical Cartel, and the Dow show a sharply rising trend Chemical Company of Mid- in Britain, France, The Neth-land, Mich., each acquired a urlanris and Sweden. Pierre Andre Voltz, 51, half interest in a smaller Of who has just gone back lo chemical concern called work in Paris after being phrLx. The owners then de- ,970 and jobless for seven nionths, cided to close three factories Against "much said (Hat he felt then if he in the Dusseldorf area, throw- Api il, 1972 Agauisl a much had "a shameful illness." ing out of work, includ- "gf 7n Bri' His new job pays less than IT the a month he got as manaSenal ranks- There is a bulge in the higher chief administrative officer As the layoffs flowing from age groups, and also in the of a company in medical mergers increase, tho disad- groups just out of GAMES GENERAL MANAGER DUTIES AND RESPONSlBlLITIES--Co-ordina1e ihe work of various voJunleer groups in planning (or qnd ilaglng 1975 Canada Gomes, end relaling wilh tha community in promoting such semes. a resource person, reporls 10 ihe Executive oE tKe Board of Directors. level management experience wilh abilify to budget ond maintain budget conlrols. General knowledge of sporM and sporfs organisations. Biltrtcuol-isrn desirable, bu1 rot essential. maTml B J IHi SAIA RY- DURATION EMPLOYMENT-The successful applicant will be required for a period of years commencing approximately Muy 1, 1973, Interested should apply Tn writing, Includfng a detailed resume by March 20, 1973 to: AtBERTA 1975 CANADA WINTER GAMES SOCIETY P.O. BOX 1975 LET H BRIDGE, ALBERTA. DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA, 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, la_ LETHBR1DGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE j pHQNE 327.8ge9 Southern Alberla's Largest and Most Progressive .Molorcye e The daffodil For years we've been enticing you out of the land of ice and snow with the thought of daffodils. Daffodils in Stanley Park. Daffodils in front yards. Daffodils in back yards. In window boxes. Around patios. Beside freeways. All visions of daffodils blowing in the breeze here you're up to your ankles in snow and slush there. And we apologize. Because there's more to Spring in British Columbia tiiaii daffodils in March, a plot You'll find warm sun in the Kootenays and a drive with all the windows down through the Okanagan Orchard country. You'll find fantastic Spring skiing just 25 minutes above a relaxing shirtsleeve sail in Vancouver's English Bay. You'llfind lungfulls of salt air to be had on a morning walk around Stanley Park's seawall. There's a touch of old English ivy growing in Victoria's quaint Bastion Square and there's a stiff drive into a Seabreeze awaiting you on any of Vancouver Island's, coastal golf links. Spring is here in all it's glory... just waiting for you. We wouldn't steer you wrong. After all, weren't we right all these years about the daffodils? Come outto British Columbia. FbrSpring, Anrl come out to British Columbia for HID Canada Summer Games 1o he held, in Burnaby- erw Westm in ster, A ug, 3 Jo 12, a colourful vi si tor's kit, write the Government nf British Columbia, Depart mcntof Travel Industry, 1019 Wharf Street, Victoria, li.Ct ;