Employment Security Review, Volumes 12-13

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United States Department of Labor, Manpower Administration, Bureau of Employment Security, 1945 - Employment agencies

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Page 15 - If an employee who has previously incurred permanent partial disability through the loss of one hand, one arm, one foot, one leg, or one eye, incurs permanent total disability through the loss of another member or organ, he shall be paid, in addition to the compensation for permanent partial disability provided in this section and after the cessation of the payments for the prescribed...
Page 26 - An apprenticeable occupation is considered one which requires 4,000 or more hours to learn. 2. A schedule of the work processes to be learned on the job. 3. A progressively increasing scale of wages for the apprentice that should average not.
Page 16 - ... such registrant In a class 'Immediately available for military service, unless prior to leaving such occupation or endeavor he requests such local board to determine, and such local board, subject to appeal In accordance with section 10 (a) (2), determines, that It Is In the best Interest of the war effort for him to leave such occupation or endeavor for other work.
Page 24 - Series, is published monthly, supplemented by annual cumulative indexes and digests, under authority of Public Resolution No. 57, approved May 11, 1922 (42 Stat. 541), as amended by section 307, Public Act 212, Seventy-second Congress, approved June 30, 1932.
Page 9 - Congress declares as its intent and purpose that there shall be an effective job counseling and employment placement service for veterans, and that, to this end, policies shall be promulgated and administered, so as to provide for them the maximum of job opportunity in the field of gainful employment.
Page 22 - Administrator, and to pay all necessary travel expenses to and from their homes and incurred in becoming adjusted to such seeing-eye or guide dogs and also to provide such veterans with mechanical electronic equipment for aiding them in overcoming the handicap of blindness.
Page 26 - Provision for related classroom instruction (144 hours per year of such instruction is normally considered necessary) . 5.
Page 7 - ... and WHEREAS the Congress, by a Joint resolution approved August 11, 1945 (59 Stat. 530) has designated the first week in October of each year as National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week...
Page 7 - Congress, approved August 11, 1945, provides in part: "That hereafter the first week In October of each year shall be designated as National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. During said week, appropriate ceremonies are to be held throughout the Nation, the purpose of which will be to enlist public support for and Interest in the employment of otherwise qualified but physically handicapped workers

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