Plant Closings and Labor Rights: A Report to the Council of Ministers ... on the Effects of Sudden Plant Closings on Freedom of Association and the Right to Organize in Canada, Mexico, and the United States
John S. McKennirey
The Commission, Jan 1, 1997 - Reference - 240 pages
Mexico, Canada, United States, unfair labor practice, U.S. law, legislation, legal framework, union organizing systems, administration, judicial, economic and social context, federal court decision, Canadian Labour Board Decision, public forum.
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