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Under the measure, all persons employed in cooperatives, whether operating for profit or not, shall have the right to self-organization and to form, join, or assist labor organizations of their own choosing for purposes of collective bargaining.
The author focuses on the activities of international labor institutions and organizations such as the Pan American Federation of Labor and American Institute for Labor Development and describes the formation of the Confederacion de Trabajadores de America Latina--the first attempt to form a multinational labor organization exclusively for Latin American nations.
Privately, some university administrators bristle at the notion of national labor organizations sinking their teeth into academia--an area that, at least ostensibly, such organizations know little about.
The railroad brotherhoods, like a host of contemporary labor organizations, belonged to a tradition of fraternalism that infused much of the North American labor movement.
Meanwhile, officials of the International Labor Organization, who visited Rangoon last month, were barred from meeting Suu Kyi.
We understand that plans, plan fiduciaries, employers, labor organizations, service providers, as well as participants and beneficiaries, will encounter compliance-related issues and concerns over the next few months as the practical and personal implications of this national tragedy unfold," said Ann L.
Specifically, the interim rule amends Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 36 (Construction and Architect-Engineer Contracts) to neither prohibit offerors, contractors, or subcontractors from entering into or adhering to agreements with labor organizations nor require offerors, contractors, or subcontractors to enter into or adhere to agreements with labor organizations.
Ulico works with the 33,000 AFL-CIO labor organizations that serve 16 million union members in the United States and other unions and organized employers representing an additional 9 million individuals.
Labor organizations and those who support a wage increase say a dual-income couple can't earn enough money on minimum wage to escape from living in poverty.
23 Kyodo South Korea's Labor Ministry on Tuesday legalized the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), the more progressive of the two nationwide labor organizations, the ministry said.
The first title of this act, the "Bill of Rights of Members of Labor Organizations," grants union members free speech rights that are at least as broad as those protected by the First Amendment.
For nearly a decade, PAWS remained Palestine's only sizable and durable union: growing competition for jobs left no leverage for labor organizations.
The court relied on a series of IRS General Counsel Memoranda, specifically quoting GCM 37942, which stated: We [IRS] have always considered it significant that the organization was in some way connected with more traditional types of labor organizations.
Marquez's group is one of the few labor organizations willing to buck the official pro-NAFTA line of Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari and his trade-union acolytes in the PRI-dominated Congress of Labor.
shall prohibit the formation or operation of quality circles or joint production teams composed of labor and management, with or without the participation of representatives of labor organizations.