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Sites about specific current disputes between workers and management, such as a strike over pay and conditions at [insert company name here].
Sites dealing with globalization and its effect on labor, specifically jobs moving to countries with lower pay, labor and environmental standards.
The term "migrant worker"generally refers to a person who is to be engaged, is engaged or has been engaged in a remunerated activity in a State of which he or she is not a national.
There are many sites listing some very familiar economic arguments for and against the minimum wage and the question of whether to raise it. Please submit sites that explain those points in an effective, clear, or original way. In addition, sites on less well-explored aspects of the minimum wage--such as its history, its moral aspects, and its political dynamics--are invited.
The minimum wage is the lowest legal wage paid to workers in certain categories. In the U.S., minimum hourly wages are set by the federal government and by the states. In other countries, minimum wages (by the day or month as well as the hour) can be the result of labor negotiations as well as legislation.
Sites which take a pro-business view of labor issues.
Relating to attempts by management to prevent a union from organizing a workplace, decertify an existing union local or otherwise obstruct union activity.
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