Labor-management Relations in the Southern Textile Industry: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Labor-management Relations of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session, Part 2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - Collective bargaining
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Page 101 - The expressing of any views, argument, or opinion, or the dissemination thereof, whether in written, printed, graphic, or visual form, shall not constitute or be evidence of an unfair labor practice under any of the provisions of this Act, if such expression contains no threat of reprisal or force or promise of benefit.
Page 155 - The inequality of bargaining power between employees who do not possess full freedom of association or actual liberty of contract, and employers who are organized in the corporate or other forms of ownership association substantially burdens and affects the flow of commerce, and tends to aggravate recurrent business depressions, by depressing wage rates and the purchasing power of wage earners in industry and by preventing the stabilization of competitive wage rates and working conditions within...
Page 154 - ... necessary effect of burdening or obstructing commerce by (a) impairing the efficiency, safety, or operation of the instrumentalities of commerce; (b) occurring in the current of commerce; (c) materially affecting, restraining, or controlling the flow of raw materials or manufactured or processed geods from or into the channels of commerce...
Page 154 - ... safety, or operation of the instrumentalities of commerce; (b) occurring in the current of commerce; (c) materially affecting, restraining, or controlling the flow of raw materials or manufactured or processed goods from or into the channels of commerce, or the prices of such materials or goods in commerce; or (d) causing diminution of employment and wages in such volume as substantially . to impair or disrupt the market for goods flowing from or into the channels of commerce.
Page 172 - The right of employees and employers alike to organize for collective bargaining and social action; protection of both in the exercise of this right; the obligation of both to work for the public good ; encouragement of co-operatives and other organizations among farmers and other groups.
Page 103 - No order of the court shall require the admission or reinstatement of an individual as a member of a union or the hiring, reinstatement, or promotion of an individual as an employee, or the payment to him of any back pay, if such individual was refused admission, suspended, or expelled or was refused employment or advancement or was suspended or discharged for any reason other than discrimination on account of race, color, religion, sex or national origin or In violation of section 704(a).
Page 39 - ... that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to matters therein stated on information and belief, and as to those matters he believes it to be true.
Page 89 - Company had committed unfair labor practices within the meaning of § 8 (1), (2) and (3) of the Act. Its order directed the Company to cease and desist from its unfair labor practices and from giving effect to its contract with the Independent, to withdraw recognition from and disestablish that organization, to reinstate with back pay the four wrongfully discharged employees, to reimburse each of its employees who was a member of the Independent in the amount of the dues and assessments...
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Page 90 - ... when we notice that union organization in a comOpinion of the Court. 336 US pany town must depend, even more than usual, on a hands-off attitude on the part of management.4 And it is clear that one of management's chief weapons, in attempting to stifle organization, is the denial of a place to meet.5 We cannot equate a company-dominated North Carolina mill town with the vast metropolitan centers where a number of halls are available within easy reach of prospective union members. We would be...