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free labour

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the labour of workers who are not members of trade unions
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) such workers collectively
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Even in the United States, the principle of bringing convict labour and free labour into a competition which must obviously be to the disadvantage of the latter, has already found many opponents, whose number is not likely to diminish with access of years.
The Lesco, on demand, would also provide free labour service and assistance to MM Alam Road, commercial area traders, in this connection.
Facebook comments branded the scheme "selfish" and "ridiculous", as well as accusing Barfection of profiting from free labour of trainees.
Al-Absi today received President of Bahrain Free Labour Unions Federation, Yacoub Yusuf, and gave an overview of a cluster of projects launched for reforming the LMRA and raising its efficiency, including Bahrainization project, flexible work permit and efforts to combat trafficking in persons.
She added: "But this is no longer about free labour.
The amendment, which was rejected by parliament's services committee, has also seen opposition from the Labour Market Regulatory Authority, the Health Ministry, the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Bahrain Free Labour Unions Federation (Al Hurr).
Goffe also ignores millions of hours of free labour provided by volunteers and interns with organisations like Projects Abroad.
Auto Business News-April 24, 2015--Vauxhall to offers fleet customers free labour when filling with AdBlue
A new association to address the rights of construction workers will be formed in Bahrain by the Bahrain Free Labour Union Federation (BFLUF), with the initiative now in its final stages.
Use of the word 'slaves' may sound extreme, but how else would you describe the systematic use of free labour for commercial gain?
Use of the word "slaves" may sound extreme, but how else would you describe the systematic use of free labour for commercial gain?
It wasn't long before employers began abusing the process, as a steady stream of free labour - guaranteed to turn up and do the job for fear of their benefits being stopped - came their way and, gradually, took the place of paid, part-time employees.