TITLE

MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE UNDER THE TAFT-HARTLEY ACT

AUTHOR(S)
Abelow, Robert
PUB. DATE
April 1958
SOURCE
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr58, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p360
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
One of the most interesting developments of the first decade of the Taft-Hartley Act has been the mounting volume of criticism of the Act from management spokesmen. In view of its strong endorsement of the Act in 1947, why has man- agement come to feel that this law needs further tightening? In describing the effect of the Act on management, the author of this study points out the several areas where employers feel that the Act in practice has not provided them with the protection which they had expected in 1947, particularly against the union tactics of sec- ondary boycott and organizational and recog- nition picketing.
ACCESSION #
6450389

 

Related Articles

  • Labor, Taft-Hartley and the Proposed Amendments. Cohen, Samuel Harris // Labor Law Journal;Jun54, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p391 

    This article presents a comprehensive historical, socioeconomic and legal treatment of organized labor's view on federal labor relations law, with emphasis on the Taft-Hartley bill and its amendments. To understand the prospects for amending labor legislation from the point of view of the...

  • Union Unfair Labor Practices. Walsh, John J. // Labor Law Journal;Nov50, Vol. 1 Issue 14, p1095 

    This article reviews several cases concerning the unfair labor practices in which unions have been involved with section 8 (b) of the National Labor Relations Act in the United States. According to the author that most of the cases under the decision of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)...

  • Company Can Refuse Card Check.  // Labor Law Journal;Jan75, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p67 

    The article focuses on labor laws related to collective bargaining in the U.S. The union, not the employer, has the burden of filing an election petition with the National Labor Relations Board should the company refuse to bargain solely on the basis of authorization cards. That is, if the...

  • ...cards may be convincing proof of majority status.  // Labor Law Journal;Jan75, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p68 

    The article discusses labor laws related to collective bargaining in the United States. The statutory test for creating a bargaining obligation is convincing evidence of majority support. According to a judge, the National Labor Relations Board could write objective standards in this area and...

  • Unfair Labor Practice Charges Under State Bargaining Laws: Indiana, Iowa, and Kansas. Elsea, Stanley W.; Dilts, David A. // Labor Law Journal;Jun90, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p376 

    The article examines the incidence of unfair labor practice charges in the states of Indiana, Iowa and Kansas. These states have protected collective bargaining rights for various groups of public employees. The article also ascertains whether the incidences of unfair labor practice charges...

  • ULRB'S FAILURE TO DEFER TO ARBITRATION -- NO ABUSE OF DISCRETION -- UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES AND CONTRACT INTERPRETATIONS.  // Arbitration Journal;Mar1970, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p63 

    This article presents information on court decisions related to unfair labor practices in the U.S. NLRB's failure to defer to arbitration was not an abuse of its discretion, since the dispute involved unfair labor practices and not mere questions of contract interpretation, and no indication had...

  • Presumption of Union Animus Did Not Warrant Bargaining Order.  // Labor Law Journal;Mar83, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p191 

    The article focuses on the ruling of the Seventh Circuit in NLRB v. Loy Food Stores Inc. case. Bargaining order of the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and an order to reinstate two discharged stockboys with backpay were denied enforcement since there was evidence that the motive for...

  • THE EMPLOYER MUST GUESS WHAT THE LABOR ACT MEANS. Fitzpatrick, Bernard H. // America;7/20/1940, Vol. 63 Issue 15, p400 

    The article discusses the provisions of U.S. National Labor Relations Act. It addresses the issue of collective bargaining between labor representatives and an employer if he is penalized for his complained "unfair labor practice." It also focuses on the obligations of an employer under the said...

  • Restrictions on Picketing and Boycotts. Feldesman, William // Labor Law Journal;Apr63, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p325 

    The article focuses on the restrictions put on organizational and recognitional picketing and boycotts in the form of petition-filing and informational-picketing provisos. Under Section 8(b) (7) a union commits an unfair labor practice if when not currently certified, it pickets an employer,...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

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

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics