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    Hockey Lockout

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    Players Behind Bars The National Hockey League (NHL) has a great history. Many think the ‘original six’ was the beginning. This is not so. In 1917 it consisted of five teams, namely the Montreal Canadians, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators, Quebec Bulldogs and the Toronto Arenas. Toronto was the only team with artificial ice. During the 1923-24 seasons a franchise was granted to the first American team, the Boston Bruins. As can be seen the first six team NHL occurred in 1924-5 but varied greatly

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    The NHL Lockout

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    The NHL Lockout The rookie salary cap was gutted when teams took advantage of a loophole, adding lucrative "bonus" payments on top of the "maximum" base salary. It began in 1997, when the Boston Bruins gave two rookies, Joe Thornton and Sergei Samsonov, the maximum salary allowed under the rookie cap. But those contracts also had bonus clauses that would roughly triple the base salary if certain criteria - such as statistical benchmarks - were met. From then on, all high draft picks began demanding

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    Pay Day: Greed in Professional Sports

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    Ever watched ESPN and seen a report about a baseball player signing a five year contract worth 150 million dollars? Now, with a little math, one would come to realize that that contract means that baseball player will make a bit less than 30 million dollars in that five year period. That is ridiculous. Why do professional baseball players as well as professional athletes in general make so much money just to play a game that little kids play to stay out of trouble? It is because people pay them

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    The NFL Lockout

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    The National Football League (NFL) is facing an expiration of its Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) (NFL Lockout Now One Month Old). Currently, the agreement has expired and NFL team owners have selfishly chosen to “lock” the players out. The term lockout means that the players are essentially not allowed to participate in any team activities or duties until the owner’s rescind this lockout. While many believe this is simply a battle between team owners and a player union, it can only appear to

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    Alcatraz

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    enclosed in a prison compound. The remaining five were set aside for employee residences, apartments, and recreational space. Soon after the redesigning of the old Army fortress, the Alcatraz prison was ready for the grand opening (or better said lockout!). Equipped with four different cellblocks, A, B, C and D, the Rock began its operations on January 2, 1934. Although cellblock A was seldom used, B, C and D provided 378 “cages” to accommodate the most notorious felons that America could produce

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    Lock Out Case Study

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    Group, an Indian conglomerate, owns the remaining 11 percent. The company had locked its workers out over their wage and benefit demands, and had also ended up suspending 17 workers during the lock out period. In a manner to divide the workforce, the lockout had not applied to 1,300 contract workers and 800 apprentices at the ...

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    Our Current Health Care System

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    No matter what is done, not everyone can be happy. As stated before, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union were either on strike or locked out of their jobs due to disputes in upcoming contract disputes (UFCW). The reason for the strike/lockout was because employers, which included Safeway, Albertson’s and Kroger’s, had decided to ask employees to contribute to the cost of increasing health insurance premiums. With the rising costs of premiums these employers had asked their employe...

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    Unions, Bad for America

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    Unionism, Bad for America Unionism is the concept that traditionally business, especially big businesses are inherently going to exploit their employees. Therefore, in order to protect themselves, the workers form organizations called unions, in which all laborers who work at a certain craft, or in a certain industry band together. By this process of “joining forces”, the unions gain power in numbers. Unions traditionally try to protect employee interests by negotiating with employers for wages

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    Lockout Case

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    A lockout is the opposite of a strike. During a strike the employees walk off the job and during a lockout the employer prohibits the workers from doing their jobs. A lockout is a limitation put on the employees by the employer, by either suspending their work or closing the workplace down. The ultimate purpose of a lockout is to enforce the collective agreement terms on the bargaining table, on to the union. However, a lockout cannot take place during the time of a valid collective agreement, it

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    of guards on all moving parts to prevent contact with moving machinery. Permissible exposure limits on air borne chemicals and dust particles. Also the emphasis on personal protective equipment in the work place. In the 1980’s OSHA started the Lockout Tagout program where businesses are required to put locks and tags on equipment that is in the off or deenergized state, while maintenance or repair work is being performed. In 1990 they instituted the confined space program to cut down on the

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