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  • Work and the workman: an address to the Trades' Union Congress 

    Ingram, John Kells (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1881)
    I believe I am indebted for the privilege of addressing you today to the impression produced on the minds of some of your leaders by a discourse which I delivered at a recent meeting of the British Association for the ...
  • Work of International Labour Office 

    Nixon, J.W. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1938)
    I propose in this paper to give you a short account of the work accomplished by the International Labour Office in the sphere of labour statistics since its foundation in 1920 with special reference to the subject of ...
  • Workers' participation in management 

    McCarthy, Charles (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1971)
    It seems to me that it would be quite inappropriate to confine this paper to a discussion on the role of workers' representatives at top management level. Management is a function which occurs at all levels in a firm, ...
  • The workhouse as a mode of relief for widows and orphans 

    Hancock, W. Neilson (Dublin Statistical Society, 1855)
    The principles on which the Irish Poor Law is to be administered for the future must be learned not from the traditions of the changes introduced in England in 1834, nor from the idle theories prevalent in Ireland in ...
  • The working of tribunals of commerce, composed of one legal and two commercial judges, as exhibited in the Hamburg Tribunal ; founded on communications received from Dr. Versmann, the Vicepresident of that court 

    Hutton, Henry Dix (Dublin Statistical Society, 1858)
    It has been my anxious desire to propose only such modifications as are requisite in order to carry out the fundamental principles, and thus to realize the essential benefits of Tribunals of Commerce. With this view I ...
  • Workmen's compensation: some suggested reforms 

    Hughes, Hector (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1927)
    Impending legislation relating to Workmen's Compensation makes this a suitable time for one to suggest some necessary reforms in the existing law. A Departmental Committee appointed by the Government is, I understand, ...
  • The youth employment service - why, what and how 

    Jenks, Richard, E. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1963)
    In Great Britain, at the beginning of this century, it was felt that, as a natural corollary of the greatly increased public expenditure on education, provision should be made for young people and their parents to receive ...