Phase III: Proposed Changes in the Permanent Federal-State Unemployment Compensation Programs : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Unemployment Compensation of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session ....
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Unemployment Compensation
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975 - 1037 pages
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Page 126 - If the position offered is vacant due directly to a strike, lockout, or other labor dispute; (b) if the wages, hours or other conditions of the work offered are substantially less favorable to the individual than those prevailing for similar work in the locality; (c) if as a condition of being employed the individual would be required to join a company union or to resign from or refrain from joining any bona fide labor organization.
Page 591 - Now turning to business conditions in the country as a whole — do you think that during the next twelve months we'll have good times financially, or bad times, or what?
Page 438 - State to provide a program of education beyond secondary education, (3) provides an educational program for which it awards a bachelor's degree or provides not less than a...
Page 126 - ... if the position offered is vacant due directly to a strike, lockout, or other labor dispute; (6) if the wages, hours or other conditions of the work offered are substantially less favorable to the individual than those prevailing for similar work in the locality...
Page 549 - The national sample survey conducted by the Survey Research Center of The University of Michigan in the fall of 1960 had features which give an unparalleled opportunity to comment on the recent evolution of the American electorate. The fall surveys were part of a long-term "panel" study, in which respondents first interviewed at the time of the 1956 presidential election were reinterviewed.
Page 591 - We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you and your family are better off or worse off financially than you were a year ago?
Page 438 - Is acceptable for full credit toward such a degree, or offers a program of training to prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation; and D.
Page 526 - Recommendations for Social Security Legislation; the Reports of the Advisory Council on Social Security to the Senate Committee on Finance,
Page 672 - ... are substantially less favorable than those prevailing for similar work in the locality; or if as a condition of being employed the individual would be required to join a company union or to resign from or refrain from joining any bona fide labor organization (1603 (a) (5)).
Page 799 - Similarly, a worker in a casual or temporary job or in a highly cyclical industry knows that he is much more likely to be laid off than a worker with a regular job in an industry that is not cyclically sensitive. If there were no unemployment compensation, workers could be induced to accept such unstable jobs only if the wage rate were sufficiently higher in those jobs than in the more stable positions in which they could find alternative work. The pay differentials among jobs would reflect the chances...