3 edition of The strike for union. found in the catalog.
The strike for union.
|Series||American labor (New York, N.Y.|
|LC Classifications||HD5325.M63 1924.S62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 259 p.|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||75089718|
The Strike (also known as Strike!, although this is more properly the title of the fictitious Hollywood movie featured in the episode) is one of the short comedy films – written by Peter Richardson and Pete Richens, and directed by Richardson – which made up the long-running Channel 4 television series The Comic Strip aired in January , it also received a limited. For the miners, the strike was a defensive battle for jobs and communities. But it also raised the alternative of a different kind of Britain, rooted in solidarity and collective action.
This book offers an analysis of what happened during the strike and why it is important for public education and the common good. We aim to tell two interwoven stories. First, we provide a rare look deep inside the contract bargaining process, based on extensive interviews with both management and union bargainers. The Hollywood Writers’ Strike. The most contentious area, both economically and ethically, of union action involves strikes Workers collectively walking off the jobsite in an attempt to pressure employers to accede to their demands.: workers collectively walking off the jobsite in an attempt to pressure employers to accede to their Writers Guild of America (WGA) led one of the.
This impassioned, bitter, funny book first came out in , when labor was still reeling from Ronald Reagan's smashing of the air traffic controllers strike a decade before. The book begins with a newspaper ad, calling on every citizen to “do his duty” against the strike, which has been organized by “Communists” and “Bolshevists” who “do not believe in.
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Strike!: Brecher, Jeremy: : Books. Comment: The book is % readable but visibly worn, and damaged. This may include stains. tears, rips, folded pages, binding damage, dents, scuffs, scratches and sticker residue.
The book also /5(12). : Strike for Union (): Blankenhon, Heber: Books Books Go Search Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service Find a Gift Registry New Releases Gift 5/5(1). This book by labor economist Sylvester Petro tells a story of the destruction of private property and freedom at the hands of unions.
The strike against Kohler was perhaps the most momentous in 3/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blankenhorn, Heber. Strike for union. New York, Arno, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The Strike for Union: A Study of the Non-union Question in Coal and the Heber Blankenhorn Full view - The Strike of '28 Paperback – October 1, by Daniel Georgianna (Author)Author: Daniel Georgianna, Roberta Hazen Aaronson.
"The history deftly told by Ahmed White isn't really history--the fallout from the 'Little Steel' strike lingers. This book should be a must-read for anyone interested in today's labor issues--from efforts to break public workers' unions to the push for a $15 per hour minimum wage."--Dale Maharidge, author of Journey to Nowhere, which inspired Bruce Springsteen's "Youngstown" "The Last Cited by: 4.
Published shortly before the work stoppage, John Helyar’s classic showed us just how ugly the business of baseball can be. As cries of collusion and Author: Ben Lindbergh. Strike. Strike, collective refusal by employees to work under the conditions required by employers.
Strikes arise for a number of reasons, though principally in response to economic conditions (defined as an economic strike and meant to improve wages and benefits) or labour practices (intended to improve work conditions).
The Strike Plan is the quickest way for golfers to increase distance, improve consistency, lower scores and get more of those "that felt awesome" moments. Home Blog. Joe Burns, a top negotiator for the flight attendants union, says workers won’t be able to get the goods until they relearn how to strike effectively.
Jane McAlevey, a lifelong organizer who led campaigns in Connecticut and Nevada, says there’s no shortcut: Unions must organize the entire workplace so that workers can move as one.
A strike in support of a union unfair labor practice, or one that would cause an employer to commit an unfair labor practice, may be a strike for an unlawful object.
For example, it is an unfair labor practice for an employer to discharge an employee for failure to make certain lawful payments to the union when there is no union-security. This was an interesting book about children going on strike. It takes you through several different strikes for children's rights.
I would read this with middle age school students. Build Up Your Union Agnes Nestor and the Garment Workers Strike Chicago New York City and Philadelphia /5(5).
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) is a labor union which primarily represents dock workers on the West Coast of the United States, Hawaii, and in British Columbia, also represents hotel workers in Hawaii, cannery workers in Alaska, warehouse workers throughout the West and bookstore workers in Portland, union was established in after the West Headquarters: San Francisco, California, United States.
A slowdown (UK: go-slow) is an industrial action in which employees perform their duties but seek to reduce productivity or efficiency in their performance of these duties.
A slowdown may be used as either a prelude or an alternative to a strike, as it is seen as less disruptive as well as less risky and costly for workers and their union.
The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers' International Union (BCTGM) is a labor union in the United States and Canada primarily representing workers in the food processing industry.
The union was established in as the Journeyman Bakers Union. The contemporary BCTGM was formed in January as a merger of the Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers' International Affiliation: AFL-CIO, CLC.
Joe Biden’s surprise upset that first put him in the U.S. Senate in had a boost from a union-organized strike designed, in part, to stop his Republican opponent’s campaign ad insert from.
Negotiations Handbook for Municipal Officials 2 any way to deal with the dissatisfaction; and 3) somehow they became convinced that a union could address the problem and perhaps solve it. The most common dissatisfaction was a concern about job security. Another common concern has been the perception that employees are notFile Size: KB.
(The Teamsters was Hostess' largest union, followed by BCTGM.) The contract would have also cut benefits by 27 to 32 percent. Hostess filed for Chapter 11 in January American labor-union strikes are almost completely extinct.
Febru By Matt Phillips. In the US, the strike is pretty much extinct. Inthere were only 11 strikes or lockouts in. STRIKES HAVE BEEN AN important part of American history, playing a huge and often unappreciated role in lifting workers—whether it’s the Uprising of female garment workers in andthe Lawrence textile strike ofthe Flint sit-down strike of andor the Memphis Sanitation Strike of Historians say the week walkout byGeneral Motors.
This strike settlement, unlike the settlement, resulted in union recognition for the ILGWU by some of the garment factories, allowed for the union to recruit workers to the factories (a "union standard," not quite a "union shop"), and provided for disputes to be handled through arbitration rather than strikes.Good stewards are the backbone of an effective union.
Good stewards are the backbone of an effective union. We reach out to new members and help educate them on their rights. We serve as a bridge between elected union leadership and workers on the job.
We listen to our co-workers and provide a confidential way for members to bring forward their.