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Industrial Relations
Because of the nature of its work and service, it is quite impossible for a Goodwill Industries to sign a contract with a labor organization relative to wages, hours, seniority, working conditions, and other relationships between it and its clients. The service of employment, training, and rehabilitation, for each client is and must be on an individual case work basis. The belief that the Goodwill Industries is a non-profit, social service agency rather than a commercial employer and that the individual rather than a material product or a financial profit is the primary concern gives organized labor and Goodwill Industries much in common, and organized labor should be interested in helping Goodwill Industries to render the best service to the largest number of persons in accordance with the resources of the agency....
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Title: Industrial Relations
Creator: n/a
Date: October 25, 1941
Format: Newsletter
Publication: The Goodwill Bulletin
Source: Goodwill Industries International, Inc., Archives, Robert E. Watkins Library
Location: vol.3, no.10, pp.2-4
Keywords: Advocacy; Charity; Civil Liberties & Rights; Economics; Employment; Fair Labor Standards Act; Goodwill Industries; Government; Government Agencies; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Policy; Service Organizations; Sheltered Workshop; Social Welfare & Communities; Vocational Rehabilitation; Work
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy