New York University Institute of Labor Relations

Stein, Bruno
October 1966
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct66, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p167
Academic Journal
The article presents information about the Institute of Labor Relations of New York University. The 19th Annual Conference on Labor was held April 18-20, 1966 in New York City and covered such topics as new developments in the duty to bargain, labor relations in public and non-profit employment, expediting and improving grievance and arbitration procedures, and the impact of business reorganization on collective bargaining agreements.


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