Time, affluence and private leisure: the British working class in the 1950s and 1960s
- Employment law Q&A. Greenwald, Joel J. // Hudson Valley Business Journal;11/4/2002, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p29
No abstract available.
- Equal pay body report big disparities. // Employee Benefits;Sep2005, p12
Reports on the wage disparities among men and women doing similar job in Great Britain. Observation of line management discretion and market-related pay differences; Facilitation of intensive case studies of 15 medium and large employers; Assessment of the overtime pay.
- OT Dispute No Labor of Love. // Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture;Jun2003, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p48
Discusses the law governing overtime work in the U.S. Provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; Employees falling in the exempt category; Arguments on the law.
- Untitled. // Personnel Today;11/13/2007, p58
The article reports that Imelda Walsh, human resources director at Sainsbury's will be leading an independent review into how the current right to request flexible working can be extended in Great Britain. This forms as part of a government plan to extend the right to request flexible employment...
- Real Spendable Weekly Earnings. Perry, George L. // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;1972, Issue 3, p779
The article discusses the importance of considering various factors for determining the real spendable amount of weekly earnings. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which publishes the earnings series along with several other measures of how wage earners are faring, cannot control the...
- Up against the Charros and the Changarros. Tilly, Chris; Kennedy, Marie // Dollars & Sense;Sep/Oct2007, Issue 272, p16
The article looks at the problems in the labor law of Mexico. The labor law is barely enforced. For example, workers commonly work extra hours, not only without an overtime premium, but without any pay at all. In addition, the increasing numbers of Mexicans fall outside the scope of the law...
- Unemployment and Its Solutions. Roberts Jr., Ray C. // Labor Law Journal;Oct65, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p648
This article talks about the unemployment problem in the U.S. The situation has lead to several proposals which the proponents claim will solve the unemployment problem. Reducing the workweek, increasing the overtime penalty, anti-moonlighting moves and training programs are among the foremost...
- DECASUALIZATION OF EMPLOYMENT ON THE NEW YORK WATERFRONT. Jensen, Vernon H. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul58, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p534
For a number of years before the enactment in 1953 of the New Jersey-New York Waterfront Commission Compact (Bi-State Compact), an inordinate number of men were attached to the longshore labor market of the Port of Greater New York. In 1952 this condition was pointed to by the New York State...
- WORKING TIME AND FLEXIBILITY OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP. Kalamatiev, Todor // Journal of Social Policy / Revija za Socijalna Politika;Aug2012, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p169
Subject of the paper is an analysis of the working time in function of the flexibility of employment relationship. In the introduction to the paper, the author points to the importance of regulating the working time in the development of labor legislation and, thus, obvious conclusion is that...