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Labor Strikes' Effectiveness
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A 6 page paper discussing the damage that labor strikes can do to the object of the strike. There have been other famous strikes, most as evenly divided in results as these two century-apart strikes discussed here (UPS and Carnegie Steel). Minneapolis' Bloody Friday on July 20, 1934 resulted in a better Teamster contract at company expense, but also resulted in the death of two strikers. The rail strike in Buffalo in 1877 also was violent, but had the distinction of having the support of the middle class. It can be argued that conditions a century ago necessitated drastic measures. Those strikes of today in venues such as UPS and airline companies reflect more greed than anything else, hurting the company and ultimately diminishing the gains by workers that otherwise would be possible. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSstrikes.wps

Labor Unions In America
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6 pages in length. The reason why labor unions failed to greatly improve the lives and working conditions of American workers between 1860 and 1930 can be traced back to the Noble Knights of Labor who, while espousing the overwhelming need for worker representation, failed to maintain a dignified and antiviolent approach to fair labor. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCAmLbr.rtf

Labor Unions in the 90's
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A 6 page research paper looking at some of the changes in and political activities of the labor movement. Included is the AFL-CIO's aggressive recruiting of new members, downsizing in their own management ranks and a move to an informality of organization historically unknown in labor unions. Unions are experiencing election victories of more than 70% when paid organizers are not used, compared to a win rate of less than 30% when they are. Another boost to the unions is the increasing numbers of members from white-collar professions.
Filename: Unions90.doc

Labor: Protecting Workers' Rights?
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5 pages in length. The writer discusses the impact labor continues to have on issues of civil rights, women's rights, as well as workplace safety and the temporary employee. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCtmpwr.wps

Labour relations - unions and government from the postwar period to the present day
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A paper which looks at the development of labour relations from the postwar settlement to the present day, with particular reference to the impact which successive governments have had on trade unions. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLtrunion.rtf

Life, Liberty, and the American Way: Boycotting Wal-Mart Stores
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A 7 page paper which examines why the Wal-Mart chain should be boycotted, such as the way it overtakes local competition (the old “mom and pop” stores), employee exploitation and lack of benefits, claiming to be pro-America and yet importing and manufacturing most of their goods from China. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TGwalboy.rtf

Los Angeles Metro Transit Authority Strike: Negotiations
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7 pages in length. A stalemate concerning scheduling, overtime, health benefits, reducing workers' compensation losses and other subjects prompted a system-wide strike of the Los Angeles Metro Transit Authority this past summer. Leaving nearly four hundred fifty-five thousand computers stranded – primarily students, seniors and the poor – the MTA strike went into effect because representatives on both sides could not come to acceptable negotiations. James A. Williams, general chairman of the United Transportation Union acknowledged that such significant strikes typically occur when neither side can come to agreement. The writer discusses negotiations as they relate to the MTA strike. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCstrik.doc

Management: Ethnic Minorities in the UK
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A 14 page paper which examines management in the workplace in the UK as it relates to ethnic minorities. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAukmang.rtf

MANAGING A WORKFORCE IN CHINA: A U.S. PERSPECTIVE
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This paper discusses the challenges that U.S. managers have when managing a workforce in the People's Republic of China. Topics under discussion include Chinese human resources, motivation, bonuses, worker skills and other areas that managers must be cognizant of when managing a Chinese workforce. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTchinawo.rtf

Marginalized Migrants: California
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A 4 page paper which examines James Gregory’s book “American Exodus” as it involves the migrants from Oklahoma and Arkansas during the Great Depression, and other marginalized migrants in California. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAamexa.rtf

Marxism and Business Unionism (Question and Answer Format)
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This 5 page paper examines Marxism and business unionism in a question and answer sheet set. Labor is related to the capitalist system. The history of the labor movement is examined as well. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA506One.rtf

Minority Immigrants Living in Poverty: Education and Employment Factors (Canadian Studies Highlighted)
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This is a 10 page paper discussing minority immigrants living in poverty and the relation to education and employment. Within the last decade, increasing high levels of poverty have been recorded in the minority and recent immigrant populations in Canada and the United States. In Canada, recent immigrants make up over 52% of those under the poverty line in urban areas. Traditionally, immigrants coming into Canada whether skilled or unskilled laborers reached the average Canadian income in less than 10 years after their arrival. Educated immigrants previously had attained average or above income. Within the last 10 years however, this has not been the case and educated and professional immigrants are among the poorest population group in Canada along with the uneducated minority immigrants. Part of this is because it had been felt that due to the decline in the labor market, employers do not recognize the foreign credentials of immigrants but many critics also believe that discrimination plays a large part as well. Educational programs within Canada and the United States tend to focus on overcoming the language barrier firstly in addition to upgrading any educational or occupational labor skills. Regardless of the awareness of increased need in this area, many researchers still agree that the greatest barrier for most minority immigrants is racism which unless overcome will continue to reflect in an unequal representation of immigrant groups in poverty. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TJedimm1.rtf

Natural Gas Industry In The Netherlands During The 1970s
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A 10 page paper. The hypothesis is made that during the oil crises of the 1970s, natural gas acted as a substitute for oil products, which resulted in increased employment in the natural gas industry in the Netherlands. The writer provides an introduction that explains the hypotheses, then discusses the discovery of natural gas in Holland, the effects of that discovery, including Dutch disease, the unemployment rates in the 1960s to the early 1980s, the crude oil prices during that period of time, and the reasons for the shortage of oil. The theory of the elasticity of demand and the theory the elasticity of supply are briefly explained for a point of reference. The writer draws conclusions based on the literature reported. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGgsnth.rtf

New York City's "Tenant Movement"
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On April 1, 1904, NY's "tenant unions" & organizations went on strike-- refusing to pay rent until their demands were met. In this 12 page research paper, the writer details specific "battles" of the Tenant Movement-- relevant situations, and their outcomes. An overview of 20th century history and the continuing struggle for tenant's rights in New York is presented, as are the efforts of various organizations such as the New York State Tenant and Neighborhood Coalition (NYSTNC). The cases provided demonstrate that when workers' real wages are squeezed by inflation or depression, in addition to conflicts at the point of production, responses occur at household level in the form of struggles in the reproductive sphere (demands for rent reductions, etc.). Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Tenantmv.wps


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