Collective Bargaining and Productivity: The Longshore Mechanization Agreement

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Univ of California Press, Jan 8, 2021 - 340 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
THE ACQUISITION OF JOB CONTROL
23
THE MECHANIZATION
73
PRODUCTIVITY IN PACIFIC COAST LONGSHORING
110
SOURCES OF PRODUCTIVITY CHANGE
128
Dockwork Manhour Savings and Productivity Changes 1961
129
Shipwork Manhours Used and Saved Nonbulk Cargo by Commodity
149
EFFECTS OF PRODUCTIVITY CHANGE ON
163
AFTERWORD
199
Tonnages and Manhours Pacific Coast Longshoring 1960 1965
200
THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF RESTRICTIVE
213
APPENDIX TABLES
233
B3 Estimated Manhours Required Manhours Saved by Commodity
240
B6 Tonnage Differences PMA and Engineers Data and Estimated Man
252
B7 Commodity Classifications Reconciliation of PMA and Corps of Engineers
261
TABLES
269

Age Distribution Registered Longshoremen Shipclerks and Walking
166
Gross Revenues Five Pacific Companies and Six Atlantic Companies
174
A NEW AGREEMENT AND A SUMMING UP
179

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