Labor Month in Review

February 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Feb71, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p2
Academic Journal
Presents issues concerning industrial relations and labor activities, compiled as of February 1971. Work stoppages in the transportation and contract construction industries; Collective bargaining in the U.S. construction industry; European and Canadian programs to reduce winter unemployment in the construction industry.


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