Recognition white paper may not solve union woes
- Part III. Historical and legal context: 9. NATIONAL LEGISLATION IN RELATION TO FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION: II. Trade union legislation: B. Legislative survey of freedom of association: Right of organizations to establish federations. // Official Bulletin: Series B;2010, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p46
A section from the report "Official Bulletin: Series B: Truth, Reconciliation and Justice in Zimbabwe" is presented, detailing information on national legislation in relation to the civil rights of registered trade unions to establish federations in Zimbabwe.
- Part IV. Information on the factual matters investigated by the Commission: 20. INSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF TRADE UNION RIGHTS. // Official Bulletin: Series B;2010, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p122
A section from the report "Official Bulletin: Series B: Truth, Reconciliation and Justice in Zimbabwe" is presented, concerning allegations received by the Commission on Inquiry of the International Labour Organization (ILO) on the lack of institutional protection of trade union rights.
- Government rejects union demands. // Works Management;Mar2003, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p7
Reports on the rejection of labor union demands for changes in the Employment Relations Act in Great Britain. Cancellation of extending union recognition rights; Improvement of the employer-employee relations; Assessment of the democracy.
- Vredeling ready to spring trap on the unwary. Hussey, Roger // Accountancy;Feb1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1086, p75
Reports on the preparation of British companies to keep a step ahead of possible legislation that will allow trade unions to access financial information. Provisions of the draft directive; Definition and scope.
- Bill protects employers from unfair union attacks. // RSI: Roofing, Siding, Insulation;Jun2003, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p15
Reports on the introduction of the Truth in Employment Act 2003 to protect businesses in the United States from unfair trade-union attacks.
- Union Security. Witney, Fred // Labor Law Journal;Feb53, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p105
Addresses the issue of trade-union security in the United States. Arguments against the enactment of a federal law that will curb union membership as a condition of employment; Laws that affect trade-unions' security in the country. INSET: MANY LABOR BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATIVE HOPPERS.
- LABOR LAW DEVELOPMENTS IN FRANCE. Marty-Lavauzelle, Jean-Paul // Business Lawyer;Apr72, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p857
Focuses on the legal system for labor with the strength of the labor unions in France. Terms in the worker participation in profits; Extent on the control of workers in the management; Regulation for stock option plans.
- In The news... // HR Specialist: Florida Employment Law;Apr2010, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p1
The article offers news briefs in relation to employment law in Florida including decreased of Americans who are members of labor unions, the invalidation of the ordinance that requires construction cranes to withstand 140 miles per hour wind, and a decision by the U.S. district court with...
- There's still work to do: vote 'Yes' on Proposal 2. Settles, Jimmy // Michigan Citizen;10/28/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 51, pA5
The article discusses the author's view on Proposal 2 to the Michigan Constitution that would grant private and public sector workers a constitutional right to join a union and collectively bargain.