If the employer refuses to bargain with a particular group of chosen employee representative, then also it may be said that the employer is having unfair practices with the laborers. But the Act does not give the power to the National Labor Relation Board take up cases which involve real estate brokers, domestic workers, agricultural employees, family workers, church-run schools and government employees. Thus the Labor Relations Act is meant for the benefit of the Laborers and not the employees.
On the other hand the Taft-Hartley Labor Act of 1947, which was passed by the US Congress, and which is officially known as the Labor Management Relations Act, was sponsored by the Senator Robert Alphonso Taft and the Representative Fred Allen Hartley. The Act was the Amended version of the Labor Relation (Wagner) Act of 1935. The main provision of this Act had is that it has brought about newer means of controlling labor disputes by the enlargement of the National Labor Relations Board. ...
It also made the closed shops outlawed and only gave permission for the union shop when majority of the employees had voted for it. The Act retained most of the collective bargaining provisions that were there in the earlier Act. But it had added in its provisions that before a union use the facilities of the National Labor Relations Board, it had to file financial reports and affidavits before the US Department of Labor stating the fact that the officers of the union are not Communists. The Act has also made provisions to discourage the unions to participate in the political campaigns.
2. The change of the timings of Steve would not hamper anything of the company but only the fact that it will falsify the seniority provision of the agreement of the collective bargaining that the company has entered with the union to which Steve belongs. The company may ask Steve to bring in the appropriate manner before him through the Union so that the legal formalities that are required and the legal problems that are arising out of the change of timings would be dealt quite easily. The decisions should be taken in the presence of the union so that they do not blame the company for not adhering to the rules of the agreement.
3. The Fair Labor Standards Act (3) provides aims at providing the laborers with the better facilities of health, well-being and efficiency and believes in eliminating those conditions of labor that are detrimental to the required minimum standards of living. The Act has provided for the maximum working hours for an individual at 44 hours a week for the first year and 42 hours a week for the second year and then 40 hours a week after that. The minimum wages established is 25 cents an hour for the fist