- Suddenly, Koreans work without a net. Barr, Cameron // Christian Science Monitor;1/15/97, Vol. 89 Issue 35, p1
Reports on a labor strike in South Korea, which was intended to draw empathy not disrupt public services. Reason for the strike; Demands of the workers; How government policies affected this strike; Comments from Yoon Youngmo, international secretary of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions.
- Railroad settlements. Cimini, Michael H. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug91, Vol. 114 Issue 8, p40
Highlights the 42-month contracts negotiated by the nation's major railroad freight carriers and three of the eleven railroad labor organizations. General acceptance of the recommendations of a presidential emergency board appointed last year to resolve the three-year-old disputes; Wages;...
- Labor unrest threatens hot summer in NY. DeNitto, Emily // Crain's New York Business;6/5/95, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p1
Reports on the increased tension between unions and management in New York in Summer 1995. Comments from economists; Comtinuance of downsizing; Effect of the weakness of the economy on negotiations.
- I Cover the Waterfront. // Labor Law Journal;Dec53, Vol. 4 Issue 12, p842
Focuses on the contents of a book 'Dock Labor Disputes in Great Britain,' by Jean Trepp Mc Kelvey as of December 1953. Labor troubles on the docks; Impact of elimination of the system of casual employment on strikes in the British docks.
- Steelworkers boycott Wells for help with Oregon strike. de Senerpont Domis, Olaf // American Banker;2/3/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 22, p5
Presents information on the dispute involving Wells Fargo & Company, striking workers and Oregon Steel Mills Incorporated. Circumstances surrounding the situation; Role of Wells Fargo within the dispute; Comments from George Becker, president, United Steelworkers of Americat.
- Employee relations. // People Management;11/2/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 22, p13
Presents news reports on employee relations in Great Britain. Planned strike of Unison against the attempts by the Coventry city council to reemploy staff on new contracts that reduce pay and conditions; Possibility of strikes in the National Health Service despite settlement reached between the...
- Ad campaign stirs counterattack. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;7/08/96, Vol. 237 Issue 2, p13
Reports on the rivalry between union and nonunion leaders over union-only project labor agreements in western New York State. Launching of nonunion employees of a campaign aimed at discrediting the disagreements.
- Are we seeing the birth of a People's Party? Reich, Robert // Southern Illinois Labor Tribune;3/17/2011, Vol. 74 Issue 33, p8
The article offers the author's views regarding the growing number of labor strikes in various states of the U.S.
- Breaking a union's grip on a key Mexican port. Bussey, J. // U.S. News & World Report;7/8/91, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p40
Details Veracruz, where on May 31 President Carlos Salinas de Gortari ordered federal police to occupy the port, while federally appointed administrators served notice to four union cooperatives that their monopoly franchise had ended. Three weeks into the takeover, 4,200 workers have been laid...