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by Marie Staunton

eBook Trade Unionists: How The Public Order Proposals Affect You download ISBN: 0946088187
Author: Marie Staunton
Publisher: National Council for Civil Liberties; First Edition edition (1985)
Language: English
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Published 1985 by National Council for CivilLiberties in London.

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Opposition to trade unions comes from a variety of groups in society and there are many different types of argument on which this opposition is based

Opposition to trade unions comes from a variety of groups in society and there are many different types of argument on which this opposition is based.

That is the union demand All my instincts told me that we would have strong public support for further action to restrict union power, and the evidence supported me.

First steps of trade union reform: the 1980 employment act. Prev. That is the union demand. But the same trade unionists, as consumers, want an open market. They cannot both win. But they can both lose.

trade unionists say the measures will affect the country's poorest. The head of the Czech and Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions Milan Stech explains why they decided to stage the protest.

While economists and businessmen say the reforms are not radical enough and will do little to boost the economy, trade unionists say the measures will affect the country's poorest. And that's why members of the country's two largest trade union associations will converge on Prague on Saturday to stage a massive. The government-proposed package of public finance reforms is in the focus of attention again. The main reason of our protest is disagreement with the government over the public finance reforms.

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Trade Unions in the United States remained weak throughout the 19th century. In 1894 the Pullman Palace Car Company reduced the wages of its workers. When the company refused arbitration, the American Railway Union called a strike.