eBook The expansion of Labour Board remedies: A new approach to industrial conflict (Research and current issues series ; no. 34) download
by D. D Carter
Author: D. D Carter
Publisher: Industrial Relations Centre, Queen's University (1976)
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Despite the relatively low volume of labour disputes by international standards, the reform of conflict resolution procedures is frequently appearing on the agenda.
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More importantly, however, the government fostered a new philosophy of labour relations that - to the surprise of many in the province - reversed decades of polarization. This philosophy, stripped to its essential elements, had three basic ingredients. They point to the vast new powers of the Labour Relations Board, denial of the right to appeal Board decisions, shifting the onus of proof to employers in unfair labour charges, and of course elimination of the ex parte injunction.
Labour markets experience serious conflicts, and their effects have dire consequences on. .
Labour markets experience serious conflicts, and their effects have dire consequences on the economy. For that reason, a typical scenario was the demand for the expansion of output gains, which followed the union pressures for more wages. On the other hand, employers would concede to pass on the higher wages to prevailing prices in the market.
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Workers and World War II. Discussion of the Literature. With a significant economic recovery underway in 1897, American labor leaders began a new organizing push, primarily through the American Federation of Labor (AFL), railroad brotherhoods, and various unaffiliated unions.