Dispute between the railway carriers and four operating brotherhoods
Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, 1951 - Political Science - 26 pages
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40-hour week 48 hours 5-day strikes accept agreement arbitration Army August 23 basic daily rates basis for settlement beneﬁt cents an hour chairman chief executives Chief of Operations collective bargaining Commencing committee believes committee ﬁnds conductors and trainmen conference committees constitute December 21 demands effective Emergency Board report February 24 ﬁeld ﬁnal ﬁve 8-hour days FOUR OPERATING BROTHERHOODS Government seizure Government’s guaranty hearings increase initial terminal delay involved issues in dispute justiﬁed labor dispute labor-management relations majority report memorandum of December ment National Mediation Board no-strike pledge notiﬁed October operating employees ORC and BRT parties Pooling cabooses practical President proposal rail railroad employees railroad industry RAILWAY CARRIERS railway dispute Railway Labor Act railway wages ratiﬁed recommendations request road service Secretary Bendetsen seizure and operation speciﬁc statement Steelman submitted Taft-Hartley Act tentative testiﬁed tion tive United States Army wages and rules walk-outs White House yardmasters yardmen