1) A government payroll comprised of bonanza compensations of higher echelons which consume a third of annual budget is untenable in a country with mind - boggling young adult joblessness, and lack of a functional modern public library: Wage stabilization
should be a priority task in the first 100 days after inauguration.
Two related to the Salary and Wage Stabilization
Act administered by the Treasury Department and the National War Labor Board, and one, "Auditing Afloat," recounted the ship auditing duties of a naval supply officer, Lt.
Then in 1943 I received an invitation to join the Wage Stabilization division of the War Labor Board (WLB).
Further, President Truman established the tripartite National Wage Stabilization Board during the Korean War and I served as a public member until the termination of the Board with the Eisenhower administration.
Inspectors of the Wage and Hour Division were assigned to explain, investigate, and enforce the wage stabilization
Louis Stark of The New York Times introduced me to the labor beat during the eras of the War Labor Board (World War II) and the National Wage Stabilization
Board (Korean War), both involving stabilization of wages and salaries and resolution of labor-management disputes.
A new Wage Stabilization
Board was established on Apr.
With the onset of World War II, the vast data needs generated by price controls and the wage stabilization effort led to the establishment of BLS regional offices to advise and assist regional War Labor Boards.
The information was also used to measure the effectiveness of wage stabilization decisions and to settle industrial disputes.
With the beginning of comprehensive wage stabilization under the War Labor Board, the governmental need for wage statistics increased manyfold.
This was an extraordinary achievement over a period of little more than 2 years, and represented a vital contribution to the wartime wage stabilization program.