National Labor Relations Act: Hearings Before the Special Committee to Investigate National Labor Relations Board, House of Representatives, Seventy-sixth Congress, Second[-third] Session, Pursuant to H. Res. 258 (76th Congress) a Resolution Creating a Select Committee to Investigate the National Labor Relations Board ...
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Page 5183 - In any such proceeding the rules of evidence prevailing in courts of law or equity shall not be controlling.
Page 5149 - The Act establishes standards to which the Board must conform. There must be complaint, notice and hearing. The Board must receive evidence and make findings. The findings as to the facts are to be conclusive, but only if supported by evidence. The order of the Board is subject to review by the designated court, and only when sustained by the court may the order be enforced. Upon that review all questions of the jurisdiction of the Board and the regularity of its proceedings...
Page 5381 - Section 7 of the Act, the respondent, The Calco Chemical Company, Inc., has engaged in and is engaging in unfair labor practices, within the meaning of Section 8 (1) of the Act.
Page 5166 - As evidence of our intention to do all we can to hasten the resumption of work in our plants, and to promote peace, we hereby agree with you that within a period of six months from the date of resumption of work, we will not bargain with or enter into agreements with any other union or representatives of...
Page 5164 - Production standards shall be established on the basis of fairness and equity consistent with the quality of workmanship, efficiency of operations, and the reasonable working capacities of normal operators.
Page 5480 - Should differences arise between the Mine Workers and the Operators as to the meaning and application of the provisions of this Agreement, or should differences arise about matters not specifically mentioned in this Agreement, or should any local trouble of any kind arise at the mine, an earnest effort shall be made to settle such differences immediately: 1.
Page 5149 - The procedural provisions of the Act are assailed. But these provisions, as we construe them, do not offend against the constitutional requirements governing the creation and action of administrative bodies. See Interstate Commerce Commission v.
Page 5131 - As the National Labor Relations Act contemplates no more than the protection of the public rights which it creates and defines, and as the Board's order is directed solely to the employer and is ineffective to determine any private rights of the employees and leaves them free to assert such legal rights as they may have acquired under their contracts, in any appropriate tribunal, we think they are not indispensable parties for purposes of the Board's order and the statute does not require their presence...
Page 5612 - To dominate or interfere with the formation or administration of any labor organization or contribute financial or other support to it; Provided, That subject to rules and regulations made and published by the Board pursuant to section 6 (a), an employer shall not be prohibited from permitting employees to confer with him during working hours without loss of time or pay.
Page 5149 - The Board must receive evidence and make findings. The findings as to the facts are to be" conclusive, but only if supported by evidence. The order of the Board is subject to review by the designated court, and only when sustained by the court may the order be enforced. Upon that review all questions of the jurisdiction of the Board and the regularity of its proceedings, all questions of constitutional right or statutory authority, are open to examination by the court.