labor laws

  • 1labor laws — laws dealing with work issues …

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  • 2labor laws — Those constitutional provisions, statutes, ordinances, and administrative regulations which regulate labor relations in such matters as hours of labor, wages, unemployment insurance, Sunday observance, preference of wage claims in bankruptcy and… …

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  • 3Child labor laws in the United States — include numerous statutes and rules regulating the employment of minors. According to the United States Department of Labor, child labor laws affect those under the age of 18 in a variety of occupations.[1][further explanation needed] Contents …

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  • 4child labor laws — n. Laws regulating the hours, conditions, and nature of work that may be performed by children. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. child labor laws …

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  • 5Consolidation of Labor Laws — The Consolidation of Labor Laws (Portuguese: Consolidação das Leis do Trabalho) is the decree which governs labor relations in Brazil. It was issued in 1943 by Getúlio Vargas, President of Brazil. The Constitution allowed him to issue decrees to… …

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  • 6Labor spies — are persons recruited or employed for the purpose of gathering intelligence, committing sabotage, sowing dissent, or engaging in other similar activities, typically within the context of an employer/labor organization relationship.Some of the… …

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  • 7Labor unions in the United States — function as legally recognized representatives of workers in numerous industries. The most prominent unions are found among public sector employees such as teachers and police. Activity by labor unions in the United States today centers on… …

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  • 8LABOR LAW — In Scripture Two fundamental principles relating to the laws of the hired servant are enjoined in the Pentateuch. Firstly, the master s duty to pay the wages of his servant on time: The wages of a laborer shall not remain with you until morning ; …

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  • 9LABOR — Jewish Labor Organizations IN THE PRE STATE PERIOD Since the last decades of the 19th century, a number of sporadic labor associations have arisen in agriculture and in the printing, clothing, and building trades, as well as groups limited to a… …

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  • 10Labor rights in Chile — Workers have the right to form and join unions without prior authorization, and approximately 10 percent of the total work force is unionized. The law allows unions to conduct their activities without interference, and the government protects… …

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  • 11Labor force — In economics the people in the labor force are the suppliers of labor. In 2005, the worldwide labor force was over 3 billion people. [US Central Intelligence Agency [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the world… …

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  • 12Labor history of the United States — involves the history of organized labor, as well as the more general history of working people in the United States of America. Pressures dictating the nature and power of organized labor have included the evolution and power of the corporation,… …

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  • 13Labor aristocracy — (or aristocracy of labor ) has three meanings: as a term with Marxist theoretical underpinnings, as a specific type of trade unionism, and/or as a shorthand description by revolutionary industrial unions (such as the Industrial Workers of the… …

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  • 14Labor and Working-Class History Association — (LAWCHA) is a non profit association of academics, educators, students, and labor movement and other activists that promotes research into and publication of materials on the history of the labor movement in North and South America. Its current… …

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  • 15Labor mobility — or worker mobility is the geographical and occupational movement of workers.[1] Worker mobility is best gauged by the lack of impediments to such mobility. Impediments to mobility are easily divided into two distinct classes with one being… …

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  • 16labor organization — n: an organization, agency, committee, group, or plan in which employees take part that deals with employers about such matters as wages and grievances; esp: labor union ◇ Designation by the court as a labor organization subject to applicable… …

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  • 17Labor federation competition in the United States — A labor federation is a group of unions or labor organizations that are in some sense coordinated. The terminology used to identify such organizations grows out of usage, and has sometimes been imprecise. For example, nationals are sometimes… …

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  • 18Labor rights — Part of a series on Organized labour …

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  • 19Labor market segmentation — OverviewLabor Market Segmentation is classified as the core, neo classical economic theory, this economic system sees a market labor which consists of buyers and sellers in open competition with each other;which functions in the same way as other …

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  • 20Labor Contract Law of the People's Republic of China — A new labor contract law in the People s Republic of China (中华人民共和国劳动合同法) went into effect on January 1, 2008, following a series of staff sacking scandals in many companies. The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People s… …

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