[New Zealand ephemera relating to labour, workers and working conditions, trade unions, protests, strikes and lockouts, industrial relations 1970-1975]
- 1970 - 1975
Includes various fliers protesting about the Stabilisation of Remuneration Act (1971), General Motors wages, equal pay, the price of meat, the US takeover of the Gear Meat Company,and the following:
1970s: People's Union Food Co-op. Information leaflet
1970: ASRS Otahuhu. Strike bulletin 2, 10 June 1970. "Support Otahuhu railwaymen [typescript flier]
1971: Society Against Repressive Legislation (SARL) re the Shipping and Seamen Bill
1971: Combined State Service Organisations. Facts about Wages Act . Green flier
1972: History of the [Borthwicks] Waingawa on the rail boning room lock out. 1972/1973 (Mimeographed sheets - 2 copies)
1972: Militant Forum. Trade Union opposition to Tory legislation in Britain. WEA Rooms Lambton Quay, 17 December . Flier
1974: New Zealand Public Service Association. The Flexible Working Hours Scheme
1974: The P.S.A. and the F.O.L.; supplementary report of the Subcommittee of the Executive Council on relations with other Unions and the New Zealand Federation of Labour.
1974: Flier about the jailing of Northern Drivers Union Secretary Bill Andersen
1974: New Zealand Printing and Related trades Industrial Union of workers. Printing trades Employers Award. Wage adjustment order
1975: Longburn lockout. [Flier issued 20 February 1975] (2 copies)
1975: Combined State Services Organisations. "Don't be hasty about your superannuation decision. From 1 April, every employee in New Zealand between the ages of 17 and 55 must be in some superannuation fund ... February 1975
Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Physical Description: Offset prints and letterpress, sizes varying up to 330 mm.
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- 1 folder(s), Ephemera, Photolithographs, Fliers (Printed matter), Offset prints and letterpress, sizes varying up to 330 mm.
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