Numbers Show NFL's 'Economic Realities' for Lockout
There's been so much anticipation for what a lockout
might mean," Huyghue told ESPN (http://sports.
The New Zealand data presented in this paper do not support the view that the upturn in the number of lockouts
in New Zealand during the 1990s up to 1996 reflects a general increase in lockout
activity attributable to the introduction of the ECA (Briggs 2005).
After an introduction and a first chapter that describes the positive pre-lockout
relations between labor and management as well as the negative feelings for environmentalists among OCAW workers, who before the dispute viewed demands for a healthy workplace as threatening to high-paying jobs, Minchin divides his book into six additional chapters each correlating to one year of the BASF lockout
and which together trace the rise of this labor-environmentalist alliance.
There is, of course, another weak argument that the word Lockout
is, in fact, a generic word made up of the word Lock and Out, which can be found in the dictionary and which, of course, no one can prevent someone from using them.
There may not be much of a difference in whether the labor dispute with the West Coast dockworkers is defined as a strike or a lockout
Eaton s Vehicle Group is in the process of installing the newly developed Bus Plug Lockout
at more than 40 manufacturing facilities worldwide.
Mays, Federal Judge for the Western District of Tennessee on July 30 issued an order directing Kellogg to cease its lockout
of 226 workers at its cereal production facility in Memphis that began on October 22, 2014.
With the NFL lockout
coming to a close on Monday, sources close to both the NFL and NFLPA indicate that Commissioner Roger Goodell and Exec.
tagout is a system that underpins permits to work in many high-risk workplaces, using physical lockout
of isolation points and physical sign-up to the permit with lockout
devices and padlocks.
retained the key elements of the lockout
provisions of the 1993 Act and extended the scope of lockouts
, notably by introducing the right to use them as a means of pressuring employees to sign individual, Australian Workplace Agreements' (Briggs, 2004a, p.
The indictment bolsters accusations made by unions during the 139-day strike and lockout
that affected nearly 70,000 workers across Southern California.