Industrial Relations; Final Report and Testimony Volume 1; V. 4

Industrial Relations; Final Report and Testimony Volume 1; V. 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...W2:1rzs'rocK. Approximately 10,000? Mr. Fiu-: r. Of course when trade is busy, approximately, you can say, 15,000. Commissioner W1-:11's'rocK. That would be the maximum? Mr. FBI-JY. That would be the maximum in the industry as a whole. Commissioner Vi: i.'s'roci. I would like to ask Mr. Briggs if he could give us some idea of the men employed by his association. Mr. BRIGGS. Around 30,000. Commissioner W1-;1i's"roci'. At this time? Mr. Bmoos. Yes. Commissioner Wi;ms'roc1. That is the maximum molders? Mr. BRIGGS. I should say that is the maxinmm in fairly good times. (fommissioner Uoxurorzs. iir. Briggs, you requested an opportunity to respond to some statements made. Will you take the stand? Mr. Biuoos. Certainly. Commissioner Couuoxs. And would you be willing that Mr. Frey should question you? Mr. Biuoos. Quite viliing. Mr. Biuuos. I thank you most heartily for this opportunity to respond. As a matter of fact, this reminds me to some extent oi' the conferences we used to have by virtue of the New York agreement, which we have been discussing here. I have jotted down a few subjects as I have listened to the gentleman who has Just preceded me, and I will take them up iir order, as I have so made niemorandums of them. Mr. Valentine referred to certain statements which I made yesterday in which he thought perhaps I was mistaken, and possibly I was. I wish to reverse this position. and I would like very much, indeed, to correct one or two statements which Mr. Valentine made, which I do not think he intended. First. we will take up the outline of policy which was submitted to' you gentlemen yesterday. Mr. Valentine in one of his statements, if I remember correctly, gave as his reason, or one of his reasons, for the failure...show more

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  • Paperback | 708 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 36mm | 1,243g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236856740
  • 9781236856746