prolabour

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prolabour

(prəʊˈleɪbə) or

prolabor

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) favouring an organized labour movement
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Without drastic and prolabor reforms such as a real Security of Tenure Act, the 'golden age of infrastructure,' just like before, will benefit only the big foreign and local contractors, real-estate moguls, giant developers, labor contractors and suppliers, and their backers and supporters in the government.
Immigration controls therefore appear to be a prolabor instrument that comes at a high cost to consumers and foreign-born workers relative to alternative potential policies.
363) of government prolabor policies and relates the discussion to margin monopoly and cartels.
1109, 1219-20 (1989) (discussing prolabor anti-injunction and anticonspiracy laws passed by states in the late 1890s and early 1900s).
It's a strategy that is also playing out on a national level, as progressive unions work to elect prolabor candidates.
President Barack Obama recently appointed two prolabor NLRB members, former AFL-CIO general counsel Nancy Schiffer and Kent Hirozawa, formerly NLRB general counsel.
1930: Democrats take control of Congress, which begins to enact prolabor legislation.
By contrast, in Korea, the two center-left governments ruled by prolabor presidents prioritized the weakening of employment protection for regular workers while strengthening workers' basic rights and improving protections for nonregular workers.
At least, her mother was Catholic; her hard-headed father radically rejected religion for the his own brand of prolabor, anti-Catholic, socialist, agnostic ideology.
His work as a poet and author, as well as a prolabor militant, was foregrounded in the earliest classes in Asian American history, literature, and the Filipino American experience, after Asian American studies classes and programs were established at the university level circa 1968-69.
The winner was Vincent Gray, a more mainstream, prolabor Democrat.