Labor unions -- Organizing
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Documents concerning summer schools for industrial and office workers. Workers' education programs include lessons on economics, labor organizing, and topics relating to women workers with some classes taught by faculty of the hosting schools. Materials include lesson plans, program assessments, articles, and the "Manual for teachers in workers' education."
Case studies and records of labor issues arranged alphabetically by city or town covering Saginaw, Michigan through Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Materials include overviews of conflicts and negotiations, suggested actions, resolutions, recommendations for conflict management, and other documents. In addition, materials may address union disputes, internal conflicts regarding policies and labor activities, anti-union efforts, and other matters relating to labor work.
Documents concerning the YWCA U.S.A.'s work with labor unions and employed women and girls. Materials include profiles of unions, reports on conferences, information regarding the YWCA's cooperation with and relation to trade unions, and summaries of union interactions with YWCA of the U.S.A. employees and members. Documents are arranged alphabetically by union followed by two sections on YWCA cooperation with unions and a miscellaneous section.
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A. Laboratory Division, the group responsible for collecting association statistics, preparing and conducting studies, and preparing and disseminating printed materials. Materials contain reports of the functions and duties of the Laboratory Division, reports from Laboratory Division members, discussion of methods and purpose, overviews of studies conducted, and recommendations for upcoming work.
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s cooperation with the American Red Cross, the California Conference of Social Work and the Southern Conference for Human Welfare.