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MERIT RATING

 

A formalized periodic rating of employees' efficiency and other qualifications to be used as a basis for wage increase and promotions and, in some plants, as factor taken into consideration to determine order of layoff.

 

 

STRIKEBREAKERS

        Outside person hired during a labour dispute to fill the jobs of  those on strike ; more especially those hired for  the duration of retaining them aspermanent employees . Also used to refer to spies and "strong-arm" men employed to break up strike by fomenting confusion and violence.(See also Scab)

GOON

 

A person brought in from the outside to break strikes and union-organizing attempts.

WORK - TO - RULE

 

BLACKLIST

 

 

A list of names of union leaders and members secretly maintained and exchanged by employers and employers' associations for the purpose of keeping such persons from obtaining employment.

 

RIVAL UNION DISPUTE

         A dispute bettwen two or more union over the issue of which one shall represent a particlar group of workers as theri  collectivebargaining agent . A rival uninodispute differ form a jurisdictional dispute in that the latter is concerned with claims to jobs or kids of work whereas in a rival union dispute the union achowledge no jurisdictional boundariesbettwen them but each is contending for the right to represent the workers on the jobs.

BARGAINING UNIT

 

 

A group of employees who voluntarily unite, or by decision of a government agency such as the N.L.R.B. are deemed to be an "appropriate" unit for bargaining collectively with their employer (or employers) Such units may be composed of workers in a single craft, or include all or most workers in an entire plant or numerous plants within an area or entire industry.

HOLD-BACK-PAY

Any wages withheld by employer; most generally used in connection with the two or three days' wages earned between the end of the pay period and payday.

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION

 

Insurance systems established by law providing weekly cash benefits and medical services to workers who suffer physical injury during the course of their employment irrespective of carelessness of worker or negligence of employer.

ASSESSMENTS

 

 

A monthly, annual, or single charge levied by the unionon each of its members for a special purpose not covered by regular dues. Rules regarding the levying of assessments are found in union constitution and by-laws.

 

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