Nation's Manpower Revolution: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Eighty-eight Congress, First-second Session, Relating to the Training and Utilization of the Manpower Resources of the Nation ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - Labor supply - 3511 pages
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Page 3422 - All executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government are authorized and directed to cooperate with the...
Page 3350 - States. 1 Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives 2 of the United States of America in...
Page 3388 - Commission in carrying out its work. (d) Financial and administrative services (including those related to budgeting and accounting, financial reporting, personnel, and procurement) shall be provided the Commission by the General Services Administration, for which payment shall be made in advance, or by reimbursement, from funds of the Commission in such amounts as may be agreed upon by the Chairman of the Commission and the...
Page 3379 - The Commission is authorized to secure from any department, agency, or independent instrumentality of the executive branch of the Government any information it deems necessary to carry out its functions under this Act; and each such department, agency, and instrumentality is authorized and directed to furnish such information to the Commission, upon request made by the Chairman, or the Vice Chairman when acting as Chairman.
Page 3422 - ... (a) For the purpose of effectuating this order, each Federal agency represented on the Council shall furnish necessary assistance to the Council in consonance with section 214 of the act of May 3, 1945, 59 Stat. 134 (31 USC 691). Such assistance may include...
Page 3383 - The Council is authorized to employ, and fix the compensation of, such specialists and other experts as may be necessary for the carrying out of its functions under this Act, without regard to the civil service laws and the Classification Act of 1949, as amended...
Page 3422 - The Committee shall study, and shall advise with and make recommendations to the President with respect to, policies that may be followed by labor, management, or the public which will promote free and responsible collective bargaining, industrial peace, sound wage and price policies, higher standards of living, and increased productivity.
Page 3414 - Second, this progress can and must be achieved without the sacrifice of human values and without inequitable cost in terms of individual interests. Third, the achievement of maximum technological development with adequate safeguards against economic injury to individuals depends upon a combination of private and governmental action, consonant with the principles of the free society. Automation and technological change have meant much to our country. Today the average worker in the United States works...
Page 3414 - Nation. 2. This progress can and must be achieved without the sacrifice of human values. 3. Achievement of technological progress without sacrifice of human values requires a combination of private and governmental action, consonant with the principles of a free society.
Page 3387 - ... workers and communities. It can help close the gap between achievement in reserach and the laboratory and its application to the solution of unmet social and economic needs. This bill provides for a Federal Interagency Committee to assist the Commission in drawing on the knowledge, advice, and resburces available from these agencies. In this connection, it is noted that the bill provides for the Secretary of Labor to serve as Chairman of the Interagency Committee. We believe that it should be...