September 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Sep70, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p53
Academic Journal
Reports on the appointment of Bernardo Bas as an adviser to a number of labor unions and as Minister of Labor in Cordoba, Argentina. Labor situations in the province; Government arbitration; Financial losses by industry and wage and salary workers.


Related Articles

  • Stick with ELS, say leaders. Davies, Isabel; Riley, Jonathan // Farmers Weekly;7/30/2004, Vol. 141 Issue 5, p6 

    Reports that industry leaders are urging farmers in Great Britain not to abandon the Entry Level Scheme. Response of the National Farmers' Union to an announcement made by Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs secretary Margaret Beckett about the single farm payment; Comments by...

  • JOSEPH PAUL-BONCOUR: REGIONALISM, SYNDICALISM AND THE THIRD REPUBLIC. Wright, Julian // Nottingham French Studies;Spring2005, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p66 

    Joseph Paul-Boncour was born in 1873. He was widely regarded as one of the most intelligent and elegant of the Third Republic's lawyer-politicians. Having made a name as a young man for his defence of trades unions, he achieved prominence as private secretary to Waldeck-Rousseau during his...

  • Honour Warwick deal, say unionists. Conrad, Mark // Public Finance;9/16/2005, p8 

    Reports on the call of senior trade unionists on Chancellor of the Treasury Gordon Brown to make good his commitment to the 2004 Warwick accord, amid concerns that public employers are using a loophole in the two-tier workforce agreement to cut costs in Great Britain. Belief of trade unions that...

  • Miss Perkins Reconsidered. Broun, Heywood // New Republic;4/13/38, Vol. 94 Issue 1219, p302 

    Commends the performance of U.S. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins. Role of Perkins in promoting the concept of trade unionism; Development of tension between Perkins and news reporters over an apparent lie told by the cabinet member in meeting with a top official of General Motors Corp.;...

  • Untitled. Pitcher, Greg // Personnel Today;7/22/2008, p61 

    The article reports that Great Britain government has announced a deal under which private firms bidding for state contracts will have to offer their employees skills training and information about trade union membership. A joint statement has been published by employers' group the CBI, union...

  • Ernest Bevin. Pearce, Robert // History Review;Dec2002, Issue 44, p19 

    Profiles Ernest Bevin, a trade union leader and foreign secretary in England. Family background; Health conditions; Details on his career.

  • LOBBYING TARGET.  // PRWeek (London);4/10/2009, p5 

    The article profiles Angela Eagle, exchequer secretary to the British Treasury. She was the first ever elected Labour parliamentary member for Wallasey in 1992. She studied philosophy, politics and economics (PPE) at Oxford University. Eagle worked as a researcher, press officer and...

  • NZNO SEEKS MEETING WITH NEW HEALTH MINISTER.  // Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand;Nov2005, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p7 

    The article reports that the main priorities of the New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) for the new government include an urgent increase in funding for aged care and pay parity for primary health care members. NZNO chief executive Geoff Annals congratulated the new Health Minister, Pete...

  • Abbott dons the workers' mantle. Way, Nicholas // BRW;4/20/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 15, p64 

    Features Tony Abbott, federal Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business in Australia. Loyalty to the administration of Prime Minister John Howard; Way of spreading the conservative gospel; Role of unions in workplaces and in the Labor Party.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics