California Labor Laws
The state of California possesses some of the strictest labor laws and enforcement tactics in the United States - a factor that largely affects the . . . .
Southwest Airlines, Inc.
Southwest is an impressive company on many levels. Most notably, it's determination to do whatever it takes to get the job done stemming from its original battles . . . .
Little Women," Louisa May Alcott's defining work, which brought her much fame in her time, is a biographical account of her family. In the book, her father Amos Bronson is Mr. March and her mother . . . .
Nineteenth Century Reform
The nineteenth century, particularly between 1825 and the outbreak of the civil war in 1861, the United States was in a state of reform. There were five key reform . . . .
Women and Patriarchy
Across the world, the secondary position of women in society remains a virtual constant. This preferential treatment for men is embedded in social and political . . . .
Personnel Law and Regulation
Workers Compensation Rehabilitation
For nearly 100 years, the system of Worker's Compensation has been used in the United States. Worker's Compensation . . . .
Chicago and the Meat Packing Industry
Chicago was already a thriving city in 1865 when the meat packing industry began. The meat packing industry in Chicago has been the subject of many . . . .
Throughout the first half of the 20th century, John Brophy served as a pioneer in labor-management relations as we can see in "A Miner's Life." I recently had the chance to . . . .
US Women in 1930s-1940s
Women's History and 19th Amendment, 4 pages 2 Turabian
On August 26, 1920, Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby quietly signed the Nineteenth Amendment into . . . .
Politics: Canadian Communism
We want to make this nation one which truly belongs to all its people; we seek to create a society in which all individuals have the opportunity to realize . . . .
Women Religious Apostolate
The Women Apostolate in the Church is almost as old as the Church, itself. Women have agreed to live a consecrated life and live according to . . . .
Should Tolstoy's novel Anna Karenina have been called Anna Karenina and Konstantine Levin instead?
Although Tolstoy's last, great novel is simply entitled Anna Karenina, the novel is really . . . .
The central goal of the World Bank is the reduction of poverty."
World Bank Annual Report, 1989
The World Bank was developed at the Bretton Woods conference following World War II . . . .
Revolt Among the Sharecroppers" - Howard Kester
Revolt Among the Sharecroppers is a brief and convincing first-person account on the effects of the 1930s Depression and . . . .
Efforts of the UAW and Ford in Work and Family Issues
History of the UAW
How Collective Bargaining Has Improved Employee . . . .
1. Stalin's leadership during the 1920's through 1930's was distinguished by his brutality and paranoia. Described as a "soft spoken but arrogant man who was used to getting his own way...who . . . .
IN DUBIOUS BATTLE
The purpose of this paper is to introduce, discuss, and analyze the book "In Dubious Battle, " by John Steinbeck. Specifically, it will focus upon how . . . .
Marxism is the economic and political philosophy named for Karl Marx, a political philosopher from the 1800s. It has also been called scientific socialism. (Avineri 1986) Marxism has had an . . . .
THE LINK BETWEEN INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS AND BUSINESS OUTCOMES
Research reveals that the most successful companies are those, which make an effort to involve their employees . . . .
Labor Relations Process
State of the Union:
The Historical Face-off between Labor and Management
Unions first caught the national imagination in 1869 with the foundation of . . . .
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