Workers push for new rights as labour law continues to evolve
- Perspective: Industrial action law needs to be modernised not made more restrictive. Newman, Darren // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2011, p10
The author comments on the need to reform industrial action law to eliminate restrictive rules and prevent the occurrence of strikes in Great Britain. According to the author, some of the proposals to reform the law include increasing the notice of industrial action that labor union should give...
- A "Heating-Up" Law in Canada. // New Republic;9/8/41, Vol. 105 Issue 10, p296
Focuses on a law passed in Canada shortly after the Second World War which made strikes illegal. Statistics on work days lost in Canada due to strikes; Effect of law on workers who saw it as an opportunity to begin negotiations for collective bargaining and flooded the Labor Department with...
- 6356 SayÄ±lÄ± Sendikalar ve Toplu Ä°ÅŸ SÃ¶zleÅŸmesi Kanunu'nun Grev ve Lokavta Ä°liÅŸkin DÃ¼zenlemeleri. Çopuroğlu, Çağlar // TISK Academy / TISK Akademi;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p28
The Law No. 6356 on Trade Unions and Collective Labour Agreements which replaced the Law No. 2821 on Trade Unions and the Law No. 2822 on Collective Bargaining Agreements, Strikes and Lock-Outs regulating collective labour relations has combined the previous two laws under a single law, and the...
- Pa. Collective-Bargaining Law 'Erased the Unknown'. Diegmueller, Karen // Education Week;5/19/1993, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p21
The article comments passed collective-bargaining law for school employees passed by the legislature in 1992 in Pennsylvania. The union leaders of teachers are barred from using the irritating but frequently effective selective strikes as a result of the law. Many people believe the act has...
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. O'Reilly, Noel // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2011, p3
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue including the introduction of strike laws in Great Britain, legal issues relating to changing employment law on strike action, and the advantages of public sector employment.
- Government wavers over the threat of tougher strike laws as unions plan action. // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2011, p5
The article reports on the introduction of tougher strike laws by government ministers in preparation for industrial actions scheduled to take place in summer and autumn 2011 in Great Britain.
- Public Sector Bargaining Legislation and Strikes: A Case Study. Greer, Charles R. // Labor Law Journal;Apr78, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p241
The article analyzes the relationship between Oklahoma's public employee labor relations legislation and a serious failure in employer and employee relations. The analysis provides evidence that inadequate legislation and administration of such legislation may have contributed to a serious...
- The manufactures' organisation. Scuoler, Terry // Plant & Works Engineering;Oct2012, Issue 367, p10
The author argues against the plan of the government to reform the employment law in Great Britain.
- Is this the end of strikes? // People Management;Aug2015, p14
The article discusses the British Trade Union Bill, being debated as of August 2015, describing how it seeks to legally limit labor strikes and including commentary against the bill's structure and approach to the labor issue.