The University of Wyoming

Hayen, Roger L.
October 1975
ILR Review;Oct75, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p172
Academic Journal
This article provides information on studies related to labor relations by researchers at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Hoyt N. Wheeler is investigating for a labor relations contract with the Division of Public Employee Labor Relations of the U.S. Department of Labor. Wheeler is also engaged in an analysis of the impact of resolution laws on the collective bargaining process in public employment using both survey and experimental methods. John H. Jackson is utilizing a multivariate analysis of job satisfaction and turnover. Robert Allen is examining the factors which influence compensation and mobility in the labor market activities of two-year college graduates.


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