labourism

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labourism

(ˈleɪbəˌrɪzəm) or

laborism

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the dominance of the working classes
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a political, social, or economic system that favours such dominance
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) support for workers' rights
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Implementation of a Laborist Program and Evaluation of the Effect upon Cesarean Delivery.
We are in the globalization era (1975-2008), and the laborist model of welfare is enduring a neoliberal offensive.
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With the decline of Marxism and laborist perspectives since the late 80s, the historical study of leisure has lacked a trajectory.
Finally, since the majority of deliveries are low risk and therefore can be attended by midwives, the laborist movement begs the question as to whether generalist obstetricians should be delivering infants at all.
Sleep deprivation has always been part of obstetrics; the suggestion of a laborist as an alternative may make the specialty more appealing and less stressful.
1) Where the New Right has taken distinctly traditional forms across the Atlantic, the Hawke and Keating ALP Governments have managed the apparently impossible, coalescing into something like a laborist Thatcherism (Beilharz, 1986a; 1986b; 1994).
But in a larger cross-sectional population-based study involving multiple community hospitals, no difference was seen in the primary cesarean rate, the successful vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) rate, or maternal morbidity for laboring women who gave birth in hospitals with an obstetrician available around the clock versus hospitals not using a laborist model.
Most recently academic writers have talked about various 'regime types' of welfare states (liberal, laborist, corporatist, social democratic, etc) treating these as geological strata are by geologists, or else, if they have an eye for politics, treating them as active volcanoes are treated by vulcanologists.
Weinstein demonstrated the laborist business model by calculating what it would cost a hospital to maintain 7-day, 24-hour coverage by a team of laborists.
March 16, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Huntington Memorial Hospital recently partnered with Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) to provide on-site, around-the-clock Board Certified OB/GYN obstetric hospitalist services by implementing a laborist program.
This agenda consisted of three closely related spheres: first, consolidating and extending the core laborist project; second, extension of the liberal nation-building project pursued by all governments prior to 1910 through the creation of new institutions; and third, the initiation of a welfare state based on redistribution of wealth.