- A Call for Immigration Reform. // Progressive;Feb2014, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p8
Photographs are presented on the immigration rights activists protesting at the Stewart Detention Center in Georgia, Chicago, Illinois and Atlanta.
- Replaced Economic Strikers Have Right To Vote. Burns, John E. // Industrial Management;Mar69, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p15
Focuses on labor and industrial relations in the United States. Right to vote of replaced economic strikers; Proposal for a strike insurance plan; Attitudes of factory workers at a large Western electric plant.
- THE EFFECTS OF THE USE OF STRIKE REPLACEMENTS ON STRIKE DURATION IN CANADA. Jain, Harish C.; Singh, Parbudyal // Labor Law Journal;Fall99, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p180
This article investigates the effects of the use of replacement workers on strike duration in Canada. Labour and labour rights advocates argue that laws prohibiting the use of replacement workers are fundamental in the system industrial democracy and lead to less strike activity. Employers and...
- Section 10(j)--A Modern Strikebreaking Weapon? Rubenstein, Benjamin // Labor Law Journal;Dec60, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p1097
This article compares the provisions of Section 10(j) of the Labor Management Relations Act with the Norris-LaGuardia Act. It is concerned with the application of Section 10(j) to "protected" strikes and its effect as a modern weapon of strikebreaking. The author is a New York attorney. INSET:...
- IRISH RESISTANCE. Frawley, Martin // People Management;5/18/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p44
The article discusses the threat posed by the immigration debate on Ireland's voluntarist system of industrial relations, as of May 2006. Since May 2004, a sudden large influx of immigrant workers from the 10 new EU member states, is causing friction in the workplace and could ultimately...
- Asarco hiring replacements on hourly wages for striking workers. // Inside Tucson Business;9/19/2005, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p12
Reports on the move of the Asarco Copper Mine to hire replacement workers at its Arizona and Texas copper mining operations after the failure of the company to get their striking employees back to work. Statement of Asarco CEO and president Daniel Tellechea on the compromise made by the company...
- Public Employees--First or Second Class Citizens. Weisenfeld, Allan // Labor Law Journal;Nov65, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p685
The author summarizes his findings on the public employee's right to organize and bargain, and proposes a program consisting of a series of conservative proposals which would raise the morale of the public employee, promote better managerial techniques and make for more efficient government. Mr....
- How the Scandinavians Do It. // Time;12/5/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p112
The article discusses how Scandinavia was able to sustain its economic condition which is free from hunger, poverty and slum areas. It states that relationship between employers and workers are peaceful wherein strikes and shutdowns are less likely to happen. It mentions that company and labor...
- LABOR-MANAGEMENT DATA. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov74, Vol. 97 Issue 11, p118
Presents statistics concerning labor-management relations in the United States. Wage and benefit changes in major collective bargaining settlements; Work stoppages; Data sources from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.