Qualifications for union office: the issue of reasonableness in court cases under the Labor-management reporting and disclosure act
United States Dept. of Labor, Labor-Management Services Administration, Office of Labor-Management Policy Development, 1970 - Business & Economics - 72 pages
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75 percent attendance affected the outcome AFL-CIO alleged analysis Appendix attendance rule bond branch members candidacy requirement candidates for office checkoff complaint Constitutions and Bylaws continuous good standing Court of Appeals decision declaration of candidacy delegates disqualified district court effect elective office eligibility requirements Glass Bottle Blowers Group 1 shipping H H H hold office ineligible international labor organization issue of reasonableness J0BO labor organization LMRDA local's LRRM meeting attendance requirement membership National Maritime Union national office National Union Constitutions nomination OK OK OK ooooo ooooo ooooo Operating Engineers prior office prior office-holding requirement Provided by National provisions quirement reasonable qualifications run for office secret ballot Secretary of Labor Secretary's shipping status standing rule Teamsters tion union members union office unreasonable violation vote Wirtz z z z z z o o o o o z z z z z ZZZZZ