National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
Cry Wolf Quotes
The principle of equal pay for equal work performance within the wage structure of business establishments is sound. Pay for individuals, allowable within the company’s wage structure, is soundly based when work performance, irrespective of age, sex, or other personal factors is considered.
The national securities act of 1934, as proposed, would interfere in a vital way with the essential supply of capital to business.
Then, too, State legislation is now effective in 21 States…In 1945 and since then each year, Federal legislation has been introduced to provide by governmental fiat equal or comparable pay, more often comparable. The Federal bills have all failed of passage [sic]. NAM took its position against them for reasons hereinafter stated. It now opposes the current bills to which this statement is directed although standing behind the principle they support otherwise better achievable through other sources.
[The Fair Labor Standards Act] constitutes a step in the direction of communism, bolshevism, fascism, and Nazism.
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This paper looks at five worker-safety regulations that were tremendously successful in reducing employee injuries, illnesses and fatalities.