Employers' Associations in the United States: A Study of Typical Associations

Macmillan, 1922 - 594 sider
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Side 10 - An American Federation of all National and International Trade Unions, to aid and assist each other; to aid and encourage the sale of union label goods, and to secure legislation in the interest of the working people, and influence public opinion, by peaceful and legal methods, in favor of organized labor.
Side 10 - WHEREAS, A struggle is going on in all the nations of the civilized world between the oppressors and the oppressed of all countries, a struggle between the capitalist and the laborer, which grows in intensity from year to year, and will work disastrous results to the toiling millions if they are not combined for mutual protection and benefit.
Side 214 - IOIO be named by the chairman of the special standing committee of the American Newspaper Publishers...
Side 296 - No person should be refused employment or in any way discriminated against on account of membership or non-membership in any labor organization, and there should be no discriminating against or interference with any employee who is not a member of a labor organization by members of such organizations.
Side 211 - It was composed of the special standing committee of the American Newspaper Publishers Association and the executive council of the International Typographical Union.
Side 252 - ... 24. While it should be the firm and unalterable determination of every printer not to be dictated to by labor organizations when their demands are unfair, or which substitute the will of a prejudiced majority for the conservative teachings of common sense and justice, we should be slow to condemn the action taken by the journeymen, as it is possible that the influences controlling them may be more than they are able to resist.
Side 52 - The present established price of work in any shop should be the basis for the determination of the price of new work of similar character and grade, unless the presidents of the two organizations, or their representatives, shall decide that the established prices of similar work in the shop are not in accord with the price of competitive goods made in the district.
Side 154 - The Objects of this Association are: to foster the interests of those engaged in the erection and construction of buildings and other structures, to reform abuses relating to the business of persons so engaged, to secure freedom from unjust and unlawful exactions, to obtain and diffuse accurate and reliable information as to all matters affecting...
Side 212 - All evidence communicated to the board in confidence shall be preserved inviolate, and no record of such evidence shall be kept, except for use on appeal, in which case such inviolability shall be preserved.
Side 55 - ... if however, the molder should earn more than the day-work rate he should be paid his full earnings. CLAUSE 19, CONFERENCE 1902. Where a change of job is made the molder often loses considerable time and is put to great inconvenience through the necessary clamps, boards and other facilities needed for the job not being supplied to him promptly. We believe that in...

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