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I -POOLING LABOUR

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I POOLING LABOUR IN LOCAL TINPLATE WORKS. SUGGESTION AT MUNITIONS! TRIBUNAL. Sout!h West Wales Munitions Tribunal met at Swansea. Labour Exchange Oil Thursday, under the presidency of Mr. J. Vaughan Edwards. Mr. J. VV. Thorpe \\aa clerk oi the Court. A oold-roll worker in a oontrolled e8tb- lishment applied tor a leaving certificate. Evidence was given by applicant to the effect that he had to lose nine days' work in about six weeks. He had been offered em- ployment in anotlier controllerl establish- ment, and. would work six days a week there. The case was contested by line employers on the ground of shortage of labour, but the representative at this stage said he did not object to give the certificate. Chairman said that men came to that Court from the tinpiaie industry particularly owing to the irregularity of work, due to insufficient supplies oi certain material. Some tinplats works were able to give lull employment for periods, and that in order to obviate irregularity of Surplus waste of labour, 'L- I he thought it would 00 wen n I'-ie nnpidw Association oould consider some means of pooling labour, so that where one works had a full suppiy of material, liell who were net employed tully in aa adjacent works eoutd bo lent to fnlly cnjployiii works during this period. It was unfair (ce said) to prevent men, who were working irregularly and only able to earn small money, obtaining full employment elsewhere in the national in- terest. Both assessors and the representatives of the works from which applicants came fully appreciated the Chaiman s suggest ion. Another applicant applied for a certificate on similar grounds as the tlrst, and a certifi- cate was also granted.

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