Monthly Labor Review, Volume 65
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1947
Publishes in-depth articles on labor subjects, current labor statistics, information about current labor contracts, and book reviews.
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Page 58 - employer" includes any person acting in the interest of an employer, directly or indirectly, but shall not include the United States, or any State or political subdivision thereof, or any...
Page 59 - The expressing of any views, argument, or opinion, or the dissemination thereof, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, shall not constitute or be evidence of an unfair labor practice under any of the provisions of this Act, if such expression contains no threat of reprisal or force or promise of benefit.
Page 204 - June 26, the strike had started, when more than 40,000 members of the Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America (CIO) stopped work in 10 East Coast shipyards.
Page 464 - Act, except an activity which was compensable by either. (1) an express provision of a written or nonwritten contract in effect, at the time of such activity, between such employee, his agent, or collectivebargaining representative and his employer...
Page 62 - strike" includes any strike or other concerted stoppage of work by employees (including a stoppage by reason of the expiration of a collectivebargaining agreement) and any concerted slow-down or other concerted interruption of operations by employees. (3) The terms "commerce," "labor disputes," "employer," "employee," "labor organization," "representative," "person," and "supervisor" shall have the same meaning as when used in the National Labor Relations Act as amended by this Act.
Page 359 - Also included are persons who had new jobs to which they were scheduled to report within 30 days.
Page 15 - Labor, who is directed to acquire and diffuse among the people of the United States useful information on subjects connected with labor in the most general and comprehensive sense of that word, and especially upon its relation to capital; the hours of labor; the earnings of laboring men and women; and the means of promoting their material, social, intellectual, and moral prosperity.
Page 173 - In the execution of that purpose the element of fairness to every interest is of equal importance, and the Department has in fact made fairness between wage earner and wage earner, between wage earner and employer, between employer and employer, and between each and the public as a whole the supreme motive and purpose of its activities.
Page 201 - ... in good faith, in conformity with, and in reliance on any...
Page 20 - Statistics, in cooperation with the Women's Bureau of the United States Department of Labor and the National Nursing Council, undertook a survey to obtain answers to these questions.