Louis I. On the 2nd day of September,the protracted strike in the cloak industry was terminated by a peace pact signed by the representatives of the Association of Cloak Manufacturers and those of the labor unions.
This instrument, styled the Protocol, recites the desire of the contracting parties "'to arrive at an understanding with regard to the future relations between the Manufacturers and their employees," and contains numerous provisions for the regulation of such relations and of the conditions of work of the employees. Chief among such provisions are those relating to sanitary standards to be observed in the shops and factories, the trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv upon hours of labor, the maintenance of a minimal wage scale in certain branches of the industry, and the obligation of the employer to give preference to the members if the unions in hiring help.
The unique feature of the Protocol is the fact that it was ftot intended as a temporary agreement, but as a permanent treaty, designed to avert violent contests between the 'Manufacturers and workers for all tunes.
To this end the Protocol at- Hnipted to establish efficient agenles for the orderly adjustment of II disputes which might arise between the employers and employees, without cessation of work or other ' rious business disturbances in the ti ade.
The agencies so established are three in number: 1. A Board of Sanitary Control composed of seven members, trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv nominees of the manufacturers, two nominees of the unions, and three representatives of the public. The Board is authorized to inspect all shops and factories and to establish proper sanitary standards to which the manufacturers trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv to conform.
A Committee on Grievances, consisting of four members, two representing each side to the Protocol.
This committee is, at least potentially, by far the most vital in stniment operating under the Protocol. All complaints, grievances and misunderstandings arising between the one hundred and fifty cloak manufacturers organized in the Association and their thousands of employees arc to be submitted m the first instance to this committee, and if the committee is prompt in operation, just in its decisions and effective in the execution of its decrees, it may contribute much towards the stability of the Protocol and the permanency of the adjustment under its terms.
To prevent such deadlocks and also to provide for a tribunal to pass upon disputed questions of interpretation of the provisions of the Protocol and the more general and important controversies between the parties to it, a Board of Arbitration is created, consisting of one nominee of the manufacturers, one nominee of the unions and one representative of the public.
From the evidence submitted upon this hearing and the statement of counsel for both sides, the Board is convinced that the Protocol has during the six months of its operation fully trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv the expectations of its usana bruciagrassi, and that its opera tions have on the whole had a most beneficial effect upon the relations of the employers and employees in the cloak industry.
From the first report made by the Board of Sanitary Control and submitted in evidence upon this hearing, it appears that the said Boar11 has during the short period of ilexistence inspected eight hundred and fifty-seven of such shops. The Board of Sanitary Control reports that its investigators have as a jule found no difficulty whatever in gaining admission to the shops, and that in most cases they have been actively assisted in their investigations by both employers and employees.
Some tangible results seem to have been accomplished already by the work of the Sanitary Board, but the main value of that work so far has been the study and description of the general sanitary conditions of the shops in the cloak industry and the specific trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv for im provements. The work of the Committee on Grievances on the other hand, has not been as successful as that of trte Sanitary Board.
On the contrary, it appears that the members of the committee, reprc sentatives of both sides to the Protocol, were at all times animated by a sincere and earnest desire to adjust all grievances brought before them promptly and equitably, and as a matter of fact, they have succeeded in adjusting disputes in a very large number of individual cases to the satisfaction of all parties concerned in such disputes.
The record before us shows that within the six months of the operation of the Protocol, no less than one hundred and nineteen cases were brought before the committee, and of this numlxt one hundred and seven have been adjusted, and only twelve were pending at the time of the hearing In-fore this Board.
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The decisions in all cases were unanimous or nearly so, and 1 tliere seem to have been no serious divisions between the representatives of employers and employees in any case. But the Grievance Committee when established by the Protocol, was largely an experiment.
A few months after the organization of the committee, it was found necessary to increase the number of its memliers ami to adopt certain rules for the orderly hearing and disposition of complaints.
The unions, on the other hand, file counter charges against the manufacturers to the effect that a number of them have discriminated against members of the unions in violation of the provisions of the Protocol, especially against members of the Price Committees and Shop Chairmen; that in many instances they have refused to pay their employees for legal holidays, and have not maintained the schedule of wages fixed by the Protocol ; that some of its members have failed to install electric machines, and the Manufacturers' Association has in a number of cases failed to enforce the decision of the Grievance Committee against the Association members, and also that in several cases employees who had made complaints to the Grievance Committee had been disciplined by their employers.
Trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv addition to these complaints, all of which may be said to arise out of the imperfect operation of the Grievance Committee and the inadequate enforcement of its decrees, the following grievances and disputes were submitted to us for arbitration: OH the Part of the Manufacturers.
That the unions have refused to extend the term's of the Protocol to certain new members of the Manufacturers' Association who had entered into individual contracts with the unions prior to their membership in the Association.
On the Part of the Unions.
That certain members of the Association have established and arc that establishing shops outside of the City of New York, and are operating such shops under standards and conditions inferior to those provided by the Protocol. That several members of the Association are employing contractors outside of New York who likewise operate their shops under standards and conditions inferior to those provided by the Protocol.
In addition to these formal disputes, the Manufacturers' Association ask for a ruling from the Board of Arbitration as to the proper construction of Section Fourteenth of the Protocol, which deals with the maintenance of Union The Board of Arbitration at its recent sessions has only had time to deal with the most important ol the subjects submitted to it, and has disposed of the following matters and controversies submitted to it: 1.
The adoption of definite rules and plan of procedure for the Grievance Committee. The status of new members of the Association who have unexpired individual contracts with the unions. The application of the terms of the Protocol to shops operated by members of the Manufacturers' Association outside of the City of New York.
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Rules and Plan of Procedure of the Grievance Comma tee. Upon this subject the representatives of the parties to the Protocol had met between sessions of the Board of Arbitration and had agreed upon a large number of proposed rules, among others, increasing the number of members of the committee to ten, five representing each side, and changing its name to "Board of Grievance. One of such disputes arose over a provision urged by the unions which would in effect authorize the representatives of the unions upon the Grievance Committee or other persons designated by them, to inspect shops, even where no formal complaint had been lodged against the employer, in order to ascertain whet' r the provisions of the Protocol were lieing lived up to in such shops, and also in order to afford tire unions an opportunity to investigate informal complaints so as to determine whether they should be brought before the Grievance Committee.
The Manufacturers' Association objected to such a perdere grasso in 6 giorni on the ground frequent and arbitrary visits of union representatives in the shop might stimulate unnecessary complaints, disturb shop routine and cause needless friction between the employers and employees. Trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv Board recognized the strength of the arguments on both sides, and settled the following provision in a way which it believes does justice to both sides: "The clerks shall hold office for ' one year and until their successors are trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv.
Each clerk shall ap- ' point as many deputy clerks U shall be required for the expeditious transaction of the business of the Board. Upon written request of any member of the Board of Grievances, a Committee of two consisting of members of the Board or of clerks or deputy clerks, one representing each side, shall visit any shop for the purpose of ascertaining whether the provisions perdita di peso fartlek the Protocol are being observed and report on the conditions of such shop to the Board.
Another disputed question arose over the methods of securing speedy action on the part of the Board of Grievances and effective execution of its decrees. This was settled by the Board of Arbitration by the following provisions to be adopted as Section 17, trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv and 19 respectively of the Rules and Plan of Procedure of the Board of Grievances: "Section If a grievance arises because of the general stoppage of the work of a shop or department of a shop, either by direction of the employer or because of, or by the concurrent action of, the employees, upon complaint received, the clerks or the deputies shall immediately proceed to the shop or department where the trouble occurs.
If the employer is responsible for the stoppage he shall, upon the demands of the clerks or their deputies, immediately recall all his employees pending the adjustment by the Board of any grievance he may have, and he shall thereupon frame and present his grievance.
If the employees are responsible for the stoppage, notice shall be immediately given to them to return to work pending adjustment of the grievances by the Board and the chairman of the Price Committee shall immediately direct them to return to work.
A violation of the provisions of Section 1?
If, after bearing, the Board finds the defendant guilty, the order of the Board shall be made the basis of prompt discipline in the Association or the Unions as the case may be. Such discipline shall consist of a suitable fine or expulsion.
The action so taken shall forthwith be reported in writing to the Board of Grievances. Copies of the three preceding paragraphs and of paragraph 17 of the Protocol in English, and translations thereof in Italian and Yiddish, shall he posted in every shop of the Manufacturers and in all of the meeting rooms of the Unions immediately upon the adoption of this plan.
With the speedy and effective procedure now provided for the Board of Grievances, ilwrr seerns to be no reason why an employee or shop official unjustly dicriminated against should not Inable to secure his rights through the ordinary channels provided by the Protocol. The Board of Arbiira tion therefore rejects the proposed amendment.
The Stylus of New Members oj the Association. On the contrary. Protocol were fully complied with by the members of the Association The Board of Arbitration was "i the opinion that with the amended trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv of the Board of Grievanceboth employers ami employees were given an effective instrument i"f the enforcement of the terms of the Protocol by each other, and thenfore ruled that the new member 5 of the Association are to be recognized by the Unions in the same manner as the original members "i the Association, and that the operation of the Protocol is to cmend to all such members alike.
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The unions now contcn? The Board unanimously inclines to the view of the unions on this question.
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It seems to us that in signing the Protocol both parties thereto intended to provide for certain standards and conditions of work tending to raise the level of the trade, to better the lot of the workers engaged in it, and to regulate the relations of employer and employee in trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv fair and equitable manner.
This intention could obviously not be carried out satisfactorily if the employers were permitted to evade their obligations under the Protocol by the expedient of establishing shops outside of the City of New York.
We arc further inclined to believe that trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv practice, if encouraged, would eventually prove disastrous to the Association as well as the Unions, that it would tend to disintegrate the Association by stimulating unfair competition which should in the long run destroy the principal objects for which the Association was formed, and possibly drive the business outside of New York City.
It is the firm belief of this Board that the salvation of the cloak manufacturing industry lies in the ever greater extension of such fair and humane arrangements as are embodied in the 5k suggerimenti per la perdita di peso, and that instead of seeking to curtail its operations, both parties to it should on the contrary make every effort to extend its territory 50 dimagrire the entire trade, both employers and employed, are carrying on their usual work under its bencficient sway.
It was argued, however, by counsel for the Association, that the latter had had no opportunity to discuss the subject or to confer upon it with the unions. Counsel was confident that the parties to the Protocol would arrive at a satisfactory solution of the problem with out our intervention, and we delayed making a finding upon the subject, connessione mente corpo e perdita di peso to settle the controversy by a voluntary agreement of the parties rather than by action on our part.
Should the parties to the Protocol fail to agree upon this subject within a reasonable time, this Board, upon the request of either party, will be ready i" resume its deliberations on the subject, hear further argument and lake a ruling thereon. As stated above, the Board of Arbitration has had no time to pas.! It is hoped 'I the remaining questions will be ' uably adjusted between the par - to the Protocol without the Tvention of the Board, but.
In conclusion, we wish to express our gratification at the fair and harmonious relations between the parties to the Protocol, and our conviction that eventually all arrangements between employers and employees as embodied in the Protocol will develop into a lasting and permanent adjustment of the relations between the employers and employees of the cloak manufacturing industry, and will serve as a model for many similar industries.
It was to be expected that a plan so complicated, novel and untried as that trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv by the terms of the Protocol, would take some time before it would fully adjust itself to all the requirements and exigencies of the industry, and the fact that it has successfully stood tintest of the most critical initial period of six months, to our mind fully justifies the hope and expectation that it will work still more smoothly and satisfactorily in the future.
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At 10 o'clock in the morning, when the crawling hands of the clock were tar away from the last hour, he dropped his tools, according to the timekeeper and the books. At 10 o'clock the grimy interior of the foundry, with its swealing toilers, jls many tires, its tons of iron, its looming girders, its whirling machinery and its swiftly-moving cranes passed from his Sight, and he entered the endless night At 10 o'clock the noise of the foundry died in his ears, as swiftlv as lightning flits.
And the black silence came in. Swiftly he passed out of the smoky, sweaty, ill-smelling, clamorous workday, lie was claimed by the noiseless night.
He went into the silent, restful night hat has no iron, nor tools, nor lime clocks. At 10 o'clock be met-the end of time.
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And his sight was dimmed before he could lake one last look in the direction of the home.
The c-bjd of the world came upon him when the day was young. It gave no warning It found him with smut and sweat upon bis face, with the tools in his hands Hut Ihc necktie thai she had tied so carefully, so lovingly, a few hours Infore was still unmusscd The touch of her gentle hand was still evident. Some looked to the stanchness of the scaffolds. Some tested 'be firmness of the hammer-heads. The white rloth of the biter against the blackness of the foundry, shone as llie lightning shines against black thunder clouds It shrieked as a clean, white thing might shriek against something that is a dirty black.
Hurriedly tli. It was no longer a tool of Ihc foundry, though It was no longer a mere thing inani mate -this pellet of steel that had drop ped upon him from the rafters.
It had ineffaceable stains upon it It was wel with his good red blood Some of his hair was clinging 10 it. It was a thing for he melting pot. The two lines of stevedores thai were gathered on eiiber side of the driveway of the Harbor Hospital were slniugclv silent as the vehicle backed qtlicklv in between fhem They seemed to know what was coining, although there was trasformazioni dimagrimento bridgeport wv upon 1 be ambulance. The hospital doors open wide to receive the burden of the ambulance Slowly the litter was drawn out.
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