1 edition of Organized labor and community colleges found in the catalog.
Organized labor and community colleges
by American Association of Community and Junior Colleges in Washington
Written in English
|Contributions||American Association of Community and Junior Colleges., International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America., American Federation of Labor and Congresses of Industrial Organizations.|
|LC Classifications||LC5051 .O73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||77362171|
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In fact, labor’s role as a benefactor of working men and women, and all of society, can be. This paper examines the role of organized labor in the United States in providing training and education for union members.
The first section clarifies the purpose of the union as an institution by examining its roles, functions, characteristics, and legal frameworks. Domestic and international competition affecting unions and their relationship to business and industry are discussed. The U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges Find the Best Colleges for You.
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The s saw captains of industry and business lose much of their political clout to unions, and new laws made organizing easier.
The decade also saw a telling split in labor. The traditionalists who ran the American Federation [ ]. Learn how they organized as rank-and-file members then ran for office to chart a new direction for their union. This book details how the engaged thousands of members to tackle problems on the job and to build a stewards network that became the backbone of their citywide strike.
The history of labor is a story of the people, but ironically Anyon found that stories of actual laborers are virtually ignored in the texts. Even within organized labor, Anyon found that the AFL—a more conservative and exclusionary group of trade unions—was most frequently emphasized.
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