Bulletin, Volume 4, Issue 15

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Page 30 - No. 15. Work of the Free Labor Exchanges of Ohio, for the Year Ending June 30, 1915.
Page 6 - ... production, it became necessary to expand this feature of the work. Additional workers were placed in the older offices, new forms were designed, provisions were made for keeping the offices open evenings and Saturday afternoons, and particular attention was paid to farm needs. The scarcity of available help is shown by the fact that there was no increase in the daily average number of applicants in the Free Labor Exchanges during the fiscal year. There was an increase of only fifty in the total...
Page 5 - During the fiscal year covered by this report, there has been a greatly increased industrial activity in the State, very largely due to war orders, and a corresponding shortage of available help. With the declaration of war with Germany, attended with thousands of enlistments, the shortage of labor became more acute. The country faced the necessity of increasing...

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