Developments in Industrial Relations

January 1975
Monthly Labor Review;Jan75, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p82
Academic Journal
Reports on developments in the U.S. industrial relations as of January 1975. Approval of a 3-year contract for striking miners between United Mine Workers and the Bituminous Coal Operators; Negotiation between U.S. Steel Corp. and the Steelworkers for improved working conditions for plant workers; Dedication of the Labor Studies Center of the AFL-CIO; Endorsement of flexible work schedules by the General Accounting Office.


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