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Page 318 - Shall, while she is absent from her work in pursuance of paragraphs (a) and (b), be paid benefits sufficient for the full and healthy maintenance of herself and her child, provided either out of public funds or by means of a system of insurance...
Page 27 - IN the wise choice of a vocation there are three broad factors: (1) a clear understanding of yourself, your aptitudes, abilities, interests, ambitions, resources, limitations, and their causes ; (2) a knowledge of the requirements and conditions of success, advantages and disadvantages, compensation, opportunities, and prospects in different lines of work ; (3) true reasoning on the relations of these two groups of facts.
Page 33 - persons disabled" shall be construed to mean any person who, by reason of a physical defect or infirmity, whether congenital or acquired by accident, injury, or disease, is, or may be expected to be. totally or partially incapacitated for remunerative occupation...
Page 318 - Shall have the right to leave her work if she produces a medical certificate stating that her confinement will probably take place within six weeks.
Page 33 - Bulletin No. 57. (Industrial Rehabilitation Series, No. 1.) Industrial Rehabilitation — A Statement of Policies to be Observed in the Administration of the Industrial Rehabilitation Act.
Page 484 - Placement and employment supervision. There shall be a central agency which shall deal with all juvenile employment problems. Adequate provision shall be made for advising children when they leave school of the employment opportunities open to them, for assisting them in finding suitable work, and providing for them such supervision as may be needed during the first few years of their employment. All agencies working toward these, ends shall be coordinated through the central agency.
Page 463 - ... has in good faith procured, at the time of employing such child, and has since in good faith relied upon and kept on file a certificate, issued in such form, under such conditions, and by such persons as may be prescribed by the board, showing...
Page 6 - Evening and Part-Time Schools In the Textile Industry of the Southern States.