Trade unions in New Zealand past and present

Trade unions in New Zealand past and present

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By H. Roth.

In February 18409 a carpenter named Samuel Duncan Parnell refused to build a Petone storehouse unless his employer agreed to an eight-hour day's work. The employer had no option but to give in, and this concession became one of the cornerstones of the history of New Zealand labour/employer relationships.