Sentences with word «labourer»
Trade unions were formed to challenge the logic of the market, whereby competition between isolated labourers
was experienced by workers as a constant downward pressure on pay and conditions.
After the labourers
have clocked off for the weekend Harman works tirelessly for the next 48 hours, sorting and categorising the detritus by colour and material, carefully returning the contents to the dumpster, arranged into an oddly formal sculpture.
Cases where someone must show how an injury compelled a job switch after an accident usually involve heavy labourers
forced into more sedentary work, said Eric Goodman, a personal injury lawyer based in Vancouver.
His father was a labourer
in Morgan Crucible's factory in Battersea and his mother was a teaching assistant.
Like the young Fidel Castro, whose political trajectory developed from sympathy for the Black labourers
on his father's sugar cane plantation, Aregbesola has always been drawn to the plight of the masses, especially the downtrodden.
It is favoured by students, pensioners, office workers, labourers
, stag parties and hen dos.
Watching an old Panorama set in Dubai, with «Trotskyist» Indian labourers
, building a golf course and complaining about «slavery» #workfare
In Egypt from the earliest times a corvée had existed whereby labourers
could be drafted en masse for public works at critical moments during the inundation.
There's a quote from Saint Francis of Assisi that John likes — he saw it in a blacksmith's workshop at Chatham Dockyard: «He who works with his hands is a labourer
Immigrants from the Asia Pacific region, however, have been coming to Canada well before Confederation as well, from the ancestors of Aboriginal peoples thousands of years ago to Chinese labourers
in the 1700s.
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS • Over 6 years of experience as general labourer
• Familiar with all kinds of construction tools • Proficient in reading production schedules and conveying materials • Physically fit, hardworking and talented • Demonstrated ability to gain knowledge quickly and follow safety precautions precisely
This includes previously held notions that unskilled labourers
should be capped at 12 months» reasonable notice regardless of their years of service.
In a book published in 1971, India's Green Revolution, Economic Gains and Political Costs, she reported that farmers with larger landholdings, such as the wheat farmers in the country's north, benefited far more than small-scale rice farmers in the south and east, or landless labourers
After graduating from the University of British Columbia he worked as a labourer
for a decade before finally settling into teaching.
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Most importantly students were motivated to propose future actions and ideas to improve working and living conditions for fashion industry labourers
Last year the government agreed to reform the kafala system, which allows employers to practically control the movements of their labourers
, and stop them leaving the country if they so wish.
It was variously described throughout the evening as the «working class», the «manual labourer
» and the «self-made man».
Our witness is that there need be no shortage of labourers
for the harvest if men will onlylisten attentively to the Lord's voice calling them to service.
Released in 1975 and directed by Ken Hannam, the movie takes place on a sheep station in 1955, the threat of a union strike and the pending arrival of non-union labourers
MOVIES & TV
Hasn't the UFC sold Ngannou as a giant guy that grew up in a kind of crappy country where he worked as a child labourer
Photographs show labourers
in factories and mills, bent over the machines.
«I think that as a state, we need to connect those who benefit big time, those who are up there taking a lot of the profit, and make sure that when we arrest those on the ground, we are able to tie the labourers
to the oga [boss],» Mr. Sowatey stated.
With a palette of blood-tinged ochre and sludge green, he built up layers of paint as churned and gritty-looking as the earth beneath the labourers
He added that logging companies have a poor record of social responsibility in DRC, avoiding taxes, paying low wages to local labourers
and exposing them to dangerous working conditions.
How about the descendants of the 300,000-odd Rwandans brought to Eastern Congo between 1928 and 1956 as migrant labourers
Generally, people begin working as truck drivers, helpers, or labourers
, and advance to more complicated equipment.
In addition to the numerous advantages that the forklift offers, it equally reduces cost of hiring numerous labourers
and the accompanying paperwork and stress involved in managing humans.
Kandinsky studied economics, ethnography and law in Moscow from 1886 to 1893, and wrote a dissertation on the legality of labourers
They didn't have the funds to hire any skilled labourers
, so the higher-level work of steering the company happened whenever they had a spare moment.
The collective work with refugee labourers
in Seoul and will build connections with Birmingham migrant communities.
Piled around his sickbed were a variety of books: tomes on Stalin and on German atrocities in the Second World War, a study of English labourers
in the nineteenth century, a few Thomas Hardy novels, some early Evelyn Waugh.
Siewdass Sadhu, an ex-indentured labourer
from India, chose the site because the clear, blue waters reminded him of the holy Ganges.
A Jos Chief Magistrate's Court on Wednesday sentenced two labourers
, Friday Duro, 21, and Friday Audu, 22, to 14 months in prison for stealing a bag of rice.
Represented a ground labourer
who was involved in digging holes for lamp posts to be fixed.
We want manufacturers to take responsibility for the unprotected child labourers
who scavenge the mountains
Is it fanciful to see a close parallel between this resentment and that of the prodigal son's elder brother, as also of the labourers
who had borne the burden and heat of the day in the vineyard?
Built by local labourers
with local materials, the hub can host 400 people or flex into 12 separate meeting spaces.
In Naming the Money 2014, 100 cut-out life size figures depict Black servants and labourers
who Himid individualises, giving each of them a name and story to work against the sense of the powerless mass.
Housed in a renovated textiles factory, the school uses the history of its unique building to influence the curriculum: sports day will include sports and activities that would have been played by the Victorian labourers
that worked in the original factory and they make use of the sports pavilion used by the workers.
Here, he is working at the local sawmill, pulling lumber off the green chain, a common labourer
So when labourers
eat no onlooker ever quires why or what is so lowsome but so honest.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
The vast majority of India's bonded labourers
, estimated to number somewhere between 10-40m, are Dalits too.
If you want to apply for the position of the General laburer, you would have to point some skillsout in your General labourer
Oppieplaas had its origin as a labourers
house, and has been lovingly restored into a small but cosy self-catering cottage.
From independent small fishermen and farmers they became wage labourers
working for a triumvirate of ruling families in a succession of new industries - logwood, chicle, coconut - their lives transformed into a grinding monotony, guided only by their employers» need to accumulate more wealth.
Reason: Merkel and other fools need them as cheap labourers
for their car factories.
Such linkages include the use of urban residents as labourers
, use of typical urban resources (like organic waste as compost and urban wastewater for irrigation), direct links with urban consumers, direct impacts on urban ecology (positive and negative), being part of the urban food system, competing for land with other urban functions, being influenced by urban policies and plans, etc..
did the construction, including Russians, Poles and Jews.
In the ICBC injury claim case of Lidder v. Munro, the claimant, a thirty-five-year-old labourer
suffered neck, wrist and knee injuries in a car accident and was unable to return to work.