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  • 1 industrial relations — 1. the dealings or relations of an industrial concern with its employees, with labor in general, with the public, etc. 2. the administration of such relations, esp. to maintain goodwill for an industrial concern. [1900 05] * * * Introduction also …

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  • 2 Commission on Industrial Relations — The Commission on Industrial Relations (also known as the Walsh Commission)[1] was a commission created by the U.S. Congress on August 23, 1912. The commission studied work conditions throughout the industrial United States between 1913 and 1915 …

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  • 3 Industrial Workers Of The World — Demande de traduction Industrial Workers of the World → …

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  • 4 Industrial workers of the world — Demande de traduction Industrial Workers of the World → …

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  • 5 Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now — Infobox Organization name = Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now image border = size = caption = msize = mcaption = abbreviation = ACORN motto = formation = 1970 extinction = type = Non governmental organization status = purpose …

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  • 6 Industrial Workers of the World — Infobox Union name= IWW country= International affiliation= members= 2,000/900 (2006) 100,000 (1923) full name= Industrial Workers of the World native name= founded= 1905 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office=… …

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  • 7 Industrial Cape Breton — is a geographic region in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It refers to the eastern portion of Cape Breton County fronting the Atlantic Ocean on the southeastern part of Cape Breton Island.GeographyThe area comprising Industrial Cape Breton… …

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  • 8 Industrial unionism — is a labor union organizing method through which all workers in the same industry are organized into the same union regardless of skill or trade thus giving workers in one industry, or in all industries, more leverage in bargaining and in strike… …

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  • 9 Industrial Review — ▪ 1994 Introduction       The period since 1990 was proving a difficult time for the older industrialized economies, which had suffered from prolonged recession at home, and also for the previously centrally planned economies of Eastern Europe… …

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  • 10 Association of Flight Attendants — Infobox Union name= AFA CWA country= United States affiliation= AFL CIO, CWA,ITF members= 55,000 full name= Association of Flight Attendants native name= founded= August 22, 1945 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office …

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  • 11 Industrial Change in Occupied Japan — Japanese industry leaders began to turn their manufacturing establishment around after World War Two under the American occupation. The American Occupation s Industrial Consultancy The most popular Japanese radio program in the 1950s is reputed… …

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  • 12 Communications Workers of America v. Beck — Supreme Court of the United States Argued January 11, 1988 …

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  • 13 Congress of Industrial Organizations — Logo of the Congress of Industrial Organizations The Congress of Industrial Organizations, or CIO, proposed by John L. Lewis in 1932, was a federation of unions that organized workers in industrial unions in the United States and Canada from 1935 …

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  • 14 South America — South American. a continent in the S part of the Western Hemisphere. 271,000,000; ab. 6,900,000 sq. mi. (17,871,000 sq. km). * * * Continent, Western Hemisphere. The world s fourth largest continent, it is bounded by the Caribbean Sea to the… …

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  • 15 Christian Labour Association of Canada — CLAC Full name Christian Labour Association of Canada Founded 1952 Members 51,238[1] …

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  • 16 North America — North American redirects here. For other uses, see North American (disambiguation). North America Area …

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  • 17 Foreign relations of Colombia — Colombia This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Colombia …

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  • 18 Employers' Association of Greater Chicago — The Employers Association of Greater Chicago (EA) was a nonprofit association of employers based in Chicago, Illinois. It was founded as the Employers Association of Chicago in 1903, although it was also known colloquially as the Chicago… …

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  • 19 National Football League Players Association — NFLPA Full name National Football League Players Association Founded 1956 Country United States Affiliation …

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  • 20 Foreign relations of Brazil — Brazil This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Brazil …

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