Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

Skotzko, Eugene
November 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Nov72, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p59
Academic Journal
Summarizes court and administrative agency decisions in several labor relations cases in the United States, compiled as of November 1972. Constitutionality of the Hatch Act's definition of prohibited activities and conduct by public employees; Right of employees to refuse work in hazardous workplaces; U.S. National Labor Relations Board's policy not to accept appeals from awards in certain labor disputes. INSET: Manpower policies in the 1970's.


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