Fringe benefits of urban workers

Petermann, Lester L.
November 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Nov71, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p41
Academic Journal
Discusses the differences of fringe benefit package received by a typical urban plant workers and office workers in 1960s and 1970s in the U.S. Workers within the scope of the Area Wage Survey Program, by industry division and region; Incidence of supplementary wage benefits in establishments with fewer workers; Proportion of plant workers eligible for longer vacations; Increase in workers covered by major medical insurance.


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