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The Dömei, on the other hand, has had clos~ eontact with the Demoeratie Socialist Party. The division of the unions into national centres has been mainly for ideologieal reasons, with differenees in industrial relations poliey being less defined - although the Söhyö has been more radicalor demanding while the Dömei has been more moderate. Over the last 10 years the Söhyö has been gradually losing its influenee, especially in the private sector. As a matter of fact at present the Dömei organizes more workers than the Söhyö, at least as far as the private sector is eoneerned (see Table XIV).
This tactic was invented and introduced by the Söhyo leaders about 20 years ago and was established as a scheme in its present form around 1960. This 42 Historical Background 62-63 sehe me is based on the idea that several unions in enterprises of more or less the same size or significance within a certain industry will co-ordinate their wage demands once a year, mostly in the late spring, arranging their schedule of bargaining with the individual employers and their strikes for the same period; all under the leadership of the industrial federations.
Minting (coins) and the Alcohol Monopoly). The Local Public Enterprise Labour Relations Law of 1952 (LPELR) applies to employees in local government enterprises such as local railways, tramways, automobile transportation, gas and water supply. The National Civil Service Law of 1947 and the Local Civil Service Law of 1950 cover, respectively, the national and local government employees who are not covered by the above-mentioned laws governing public enterprises. In other words, the Civil Service Law is applied to almost all employees in Govemment offices, including high ranking civil servants.
Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Japan by Prof. T. A. Hanami (auth.)