Bulletin of the Bureau of Business Research, Harvard University, Volumes 11-25

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Harvard University Press, 1918 - Business education

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Page 11 - ... carting, installation, use, operation, exhibition, display, or repairing of any such press or presses, . . . and especially from using any force, threats, command, direction, or even persuasion with the object or having the effect of causing any person or persons to decline employment, cease employment, or not seek employment, or to refrain from work or cease working under any person, firm, or corporation being a purchaser or prospective purchaser of any printing press or presses from complainant,...
Page 17 - When the men go into the mine in the morning they shall be entitled to two hours' pay, whether or not the mine works the full two hours. But after the first two hours the men shall be paid for every hour thereafter by the hour, for each hour's work or fractional part thereof. If for any reason the regular...
Page 40 - The test of deductibility in the case of compensation payments is whether they are reasonable and are in fact payments purely for services.
Page 11 - ... we, therefore, in consideration thereof, and of the particular matters in said bill set forth, do strictly command you, the said...
Page 11 - ... contracts made by complainant respecting the sale, transportation, delivery, or installation of any such press or presses, by causing or threatening to cause loss, damage, trouble, or inconvenience to any person, firm, or corporation concerned in the purchase, transportation, carting, installation...
Page 9 - First. To unite in one organization, regardless of creed, color or nationality, all workmen eligible for membership, employed in and around coal mines, coal washers, and coke ovens on the American Continent.
Page 17 - Regarding drivers, they shall take their mules to and from the stables, and the time required in so doing shall not include any part of the day's labor, their work beginning when they reach the change at which they receive empty cars...
Page 1 - Improvements of processes, machinery, and organization and appropriate questions relating to management and the examination of industrial experiments, with special reference to cooperation in carrying new ideas into effect and full consideration of the workpeople's point of view in relation to them.
Page 21 - ... while this agreement is in force. All questions of wages or conditions of labor, which cannot be mutually agreed upon shall be submitted to a board of conciliation and arbitration.

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