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STEVEDORE. A person employed in loading and unloading vessels. Dunl. Adm. Pr. 98. Vide Arrameurs; Sac

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OHT did cite the port's recent congestion challenges and acute longshoremen labor slowdown seen in 2015 as part of its rationale for leaving.
According to the report, roughly 4,500 longshoremen and women work at the Port of New York and New Jersey--or roughly a third of all longshoremen on the East Coast.
PORTLAND - Longshoremen plan to take to the water if Northwest grain terminal owners decide to lock them out of their jobs, a U.
The docks of Manhattan might be overrun by condominiums and urban parks today, but Mello's account brings to life a very different portside world, one where tens of thousands of longshoremen struggled to make a living and to gain some measure of control over their working conditions.
The ILA, which represents some 15,000 longshoremen at 14 major ports from Maine to Texas, and USMX were scheduled to begin a three-day bargaining session to build on earlier talks, but those negotiations ended after only 20 minutes.
allowing injured longshoremen to pursue non-employer, third-party claims
For 30 years beginning in 1945, he says, longshoremen battled the shipping companies, the police, national and state political authorities, and their own union leadership--often at the same time--in a bitter class struggle for control of the workplace.
11, 2010 (CENS)--To seek higher severance pays, some 100 longshoremen of China Container Terminal Corp.
The approval earlier this month, however, marred with strong protects from longshoremen and port workers.
How many American jobs will be lost by truckers and longshoremen, not to mention factory workers?
Aquino said the one-day picketing was successful in affecting port activity, with picket lines being respected by some Teamsters and longshoremen.