Synonyms for industrial relations

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These laws were so amplified as to meet every demand of the domestic, social, civic and industrial relations of the nation.

But bacteriology is of importance, not only in sanitary science, but also in its industrial relations.

When a crisis presents itself in industrial relations, Mr. Hoover, who spreads himself over several departments, attends to it.

In the personal and industrial relations existing between the dependent worker and the employer and his people (truck-protection).

These are a cause of economic antagonism, which has its reflection in industrial relations.

It would provide employers with a code of honor in industrial relations.

The packing industry was a conspicuous case of the "new course" in industrial relations.

Hence the term "soulless corporation," which was to exert such a deep influence on American thinking about industrial relations.

In industrial relations, as in the relations between business and the community, he believed in the square deal.

In its industrial relations the province also offers a highly edifying example.