Equal Treatment of Craft and Industrial Workers, 1975: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Labor of ..., 94-1, July 10, 11, and 15, 1975
ABRAMS activity AFL-CIO amendment APRUZZESE Association bill Building and Construction Building Trades Department building trades unions cent CHAIRMAN Chicago collective bargaining agreement Committee on Labor common situs picketing companies Congress CONNERTON construction industry construction project Construction Trades Council construction unions construction workers contracts cost craft and industrial craft unions Denver Building Trades economic Electric employment engaged equal treatment federal GEORGINE I. W. Abel independent union industrial unions International Union involved jobsite Labor and Public labor dispute Labor Relations Act Labor Relations Board labor-management legislation minority contractors National Labor Relations NLRB nonunion open shop Operating Engineers organized President primary employer problems productivity prohibited Public Welfare restrictions secondary boycott Secretary Dunlop Secretary of Labor Section Senator NELSON Senator RANDOLPH Senator TAFT shut situation statement Streator strike struction Subcommittee subcontractors Supreme Court Taft-Hartley Act tion tractors treatment of craft U.S. Senate unfair union contractors wages
Page 407 - ... (A) forcing or requiring any employer or self-employed person to join any labor or employer organization or any employer or other person to cease using, selling, handling, transporting, or otherwise dealing in the products of any other producer, processor, or manufacturer, or to cease doing business with any other person...
Page 410 - Columbia, or in restraint of trade or commerce between any such Territory and another, or between any such Territory or Territories, and any State or States or the District of Columbia, or with foreign nations, or between the District of Columbia and any State or States, or foreign nations, is hereby declared illegal.
Page 455 - ... reasonable grounds for believing that such membership was not available to the employee on the same terms and conditions generally applicable to other members, or (B) if he has reasonable grounds for believing that membership was denied or terminated for reasons other than the failure of the employee to tender the periodic dues and the initiation fees uniformly required as a condition of acquiring or retaining membership...
Page 407 - It shall be an unfair labor practice for a labor organization or its agents — * * * (4) to engage in, or to induce or encourage the employees of any employer to engage in, a strike or a concerted refusal in the course of their employment to use, manufacture, process, transport, or otherwise handle or work on any goods, articles, materials, or commodities or to perform any services...
Page 407 - SEC. 303. (a) It shall be unlawful, for the purposes of this section only, in an industry or activity affecting commerce, for any labor organization to engage in, or to induce or encourage the employees of any employer to engage in, a strike or a concerted refusal in the course of their employment to use, manufacture, process, transport, or otherwise handle or work on any goods, articles, materials, or commodities or to perform any services...
Page 303 - It has been set forth that there are good secondary boycotts and bad secondary boycotts. Our committee heard evidence for weeks and never succeeded in having anyone tell us any difference between different kinds of secondary boycotts. So we have so broadened the provision dealing with secondary boycotts as to make them an unfair labor practice.
Page 47 - That nothing in this subsection (e) shall apply to an agreement between a labor organization and an employer in the construction industry relating to the contracting or subcontracting of work to be done at the site of the construction, alteration, painting or repair of a building, structure, or other work: Provided further, That for the purposes of this subsection (e) and section 8(b)(4)(B) the terms 'any employer', 'any person engaged in commerce or an industry affecting commerce
Page 366 - Board, affirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States in what is known as the case of Denver Building and Construction Trades Council (341 US 675 (1951)).
Page 43 - signal," the union members in the general contractor's workforce walked out. After two weeks of picketing, the general contractor terminated the sub's contract. The subcontractor thereupon filed an unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board. The...
Page 237 - Board as applied to this case we find conformity with the dual congressional objectives of preserving the right of labor organizations to bring pressure to bear on offending employers in primary labor disputes and of shielding unoffending employers and others from pressures in controversies not their own.