1st Edition

Trade Unions and the State

By W. Milne-Bailey Copyright 1934
    396 Pages
    by Routledge

    396 Pages
    by Routledge

    Originally published in 1934, Trade Unions and the State is a study of political institutions. This is a lucid account of the diverse views that have been held about the nature, attributes, functions and prerogatives of the State. The book analyses the changing status and treatment of Trade Unions under the law of the UK during the early part of the 20th century.

    1. Legal Institutions and Methods Part 1: Membership and Internal Affairs of Trade Unions 2. Trade Union Organization 3. Trade Union Membership 4. Internal Government Part 2: Industrial Action 5. Definitions 6. Unfair Industrial Practices 7. The Common Law Residue 8. Emergency Procedures Part 3: Industrial Relations 9. Collective Bargaining 10. Official Instruments of Collective Bargaining Part 4: Individual Employment 11. Dismissal 12. Redundancy 13. Compensation for Industrial Injury.

    Biography

    W. Milne-Bailey