UK Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for measures that will make it easier for companies to get rid of under-performing employees. Cameron's initiative is part of a raft of new measures designed to boost Britain's flagging economic growth. Other ideas include cracking down on workers taking unnecessary sick leave. The coalition PM is also busy dealing with public sector workers striking over cuts to pensions. He has told parents to bring their kids to the office next week during a planned strike that will include teachers. The moves have upset the Conservative's coalition government Liberal partners, who have said they represent a return to "Victorian values".