- Term used to describe broad spectrum of activities which concern relationship of employees to employers both union and non-union.
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Labor Management Relations Act — n. A 1947 federal law designed to protect employers, employees, and the public. It governs union activities and provides an arbitration mechanism for strikes that cause national emergencies. Abbreviated LMRA. Webster s New World Law Dictionary.… … Law dictionary
Labor-Management Relations Act — /lay beuhr man ij meuhnt/. See Taft Hartley Act. * * * … Universalium
Labor-Management Relations Act — See Taft Hartley Act … Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era
Labor-Management Relations Act — Federal statute (Taft Hartley Act) which regulates certain union activities, permits suits against unions for proscribed acts, prohibits certain strikes and boycotts and provides machinery for settling strikes which involve national emergencies.… … Black's law dictionary
Labor-Management Relations Act — /lay beuhr man ij meuhnt/. See Taft Hartley Act … Useful english dictionary
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Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act — The Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (or LMRDA), also known as the Landrum Griffin Act (for its sponsors, Democrat Phil Landrum and Republican Robert P. Griffin), is a United States labor law that regulates labor unions internal… … Wikipedia
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Dunlop Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations: Final Report — The Dunlop Commission on the Future of Worker Management Relations: Final Report (1994) was a major review of US labor law, containing recommendations for reform, established by the US Department of Labor and US Department of Commerce. They… … Wikipedia
Labor 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,… … Wikipedia