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Problems and policies of dispute settlement and wage stabilization during World War II. by United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Arbitration, Industrial -- United States.,
  • Wages -- United States.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Manpower -- United States.

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LC ClassificationsHD8051 .A62 no. 1009
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 380 p.
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL262315M
LC Control Numberl 51000101
OCLC/WorldCa4629646

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Problems and Policies of Dispute Settlement and Wage Stabilization During World War Ii. [u.s. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin No. ]. Washington, DC: Verlag nicht ermittelbar, PROBLEMS AND POLICIEs OF DIsPsUTE SETTLEMENT AND WAGE STABILxATioN DUGING WORLD WAR II, at 1, 6 () (Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin No. ) [hereinafter referred to as Summary and Conclusions]. See also Chalmers, Voluntarism and Compulsion in Dispute Settlement, by: 6. Despite efforts of the National War Labor Board, the shortage of labor during World War II caused sharp increases in wages. Average hourly earnings of production and nonsupervisory workers in manufacturing more than doubled between and , with the largest increases during the war years, Cited by: 6. means; and (3) The President would set up a War Labor Board to 6. Chalmers, Voluntarism and Compulsion in Dispute Settlement, in UNITED STATES DEP'T OF LABOR, PROBLEMS AND POLICIES OF DISPUTE SETTLEMENT DURING WORLD WAR II, at 26, 35 ()(Bureau of Labor Statistics Bull. : Benjamin Aaron.

During the ten months of its existence, the Board received a total of cases of labor disputes. Since strikes were usually in progress when the Board received its cases, the NDMB's basic policy was to persuade unions to call off strikes in return for wage retroactivity and a promise of a hearing. The World War II and post-war strike wave Jeremy Brecher on the huge, often unofficial, strikes which swept the US during and after World War II, despite the existence of union-enforced no strike deals. The institutional structures developed in the s changed the relationships among workers, unions, employers, and government. Serving during World War II as an active member of the National War Labor Board, "trouble shooter" Edwin E. Witte had been studying labor disputes for the past thirty-two years. was appointed by Labor Secretary Schwellenback to head a three-man fact-finding panel to hasten settlement of the dispute of the two hundred and fifty thousand. Labor Disputes and Their Settlement, by Kurt Braun Edwin E. Witte For a time during the Korean War, he was with the Wage Stabilization Board. In a recent statement he listed him- a lengthy discussion of labor disputes settlements in World War II by the National War Labor Board; the statutes governing state Author: Edwin E. Witte.