Monthly Labor Review, Volume 56
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1943 - Labor laws and legislation
Publishes in-depth articles on labor subjects, current labor statistics, information about current labor contracts, and book reviews.
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Page 496 - Congress, or works material prejudice to the characteristic features of the general maritime law, or interferes with the proper harmony and uniformity of that law in its international and interstate relations.
Page 88 - ... 6. THE RIGHT to come and go, to speak or to be silent, free from the spyings of secret political police ; 7. THE RIGHT to equality before the law, with equal access to justice in fact; 8. THE RIGHT to education, for work, for citizenship, and for personal growth and happiness; and 9. THE RIGHT to rest, recreation, and adventure; the opportunity to enjoy life and take part in an advancing civilization.
Page 65 - In order to secure the increased production which will result from greater harmony between workers and employers and in the interest of increased cooperation between union and management, which cannot exist without a stable and responsible union...
Page 491 - ... any defect or insufficiency ... in its cars, engines, appliances, machinery, track, roadbed, works, boats, wharves, or other equipment' used in interstate commerce. But independently of the statute we are of opinion that the work of keeping such instrumentalities in a proper state of repair while thus used is so closely related to such commerce as to be in practice and in legal contemplation a part of it.
Page 492 - We do not mean to imply that a wholesaler's course of business based on anticipation of needs of specific customers, rather than on prior orders or contracts, might not at times be sufficient to establish that practical continuity in transit necessary to keep a movement of goods "in commerce...
Page 65 - All employees who, 15 days after the date of the mailing of the regional War Labor Board's directive order in this matter, are members of the union in good standing in accordance with the constitution and bylaws of the union and all employees who thereafter become members shall, as a condition of employment, remain members of the union in good standing for the duration of this contract.
Page 46 - to consider the conditions which should govern building and other constructional development in country areas consistently with the maintenance of agriculture, and in particular the factors affecting the location of industry, having regard to economic operation, part-time and seasonal employment, the well-being of rural communities, and the preservation of rural amenities.
Page 441 - Board, and unless the National War Labor Board has approved such increases or decreases. 2. The National War Labor Board shall not approve any increase in the wage rates prevailing on September 15, 1942, unless such increase is necessary to correct maladjustments or inequalities, to eliminate substandards of living, to correct gross inequities, or to aid in the effective prosecution of the war.
Page 88 - ... 3. The right to adequate food, clothing, shelter, and medical care. 4. The right to security, with freedom from fear of old age, want, dependency, sickness, unemployment, and accident. 5. The right to live in a system of free enterprise, free from compulsory labor, irresponsible private power, arbitrary public authority, and unregulated monopolies. 6. The right to come and go, to speak or to be silent, free from the spyings of secret political police.