A Pay Board assessment of wage controls

Mitchell, Daniel J.B.; Azevedo, Ross
April 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Apr73, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p21
Academic Journal
Presents a Pay Bard assessment of wage controls in the United States. Impact of the board's rulings on large employees units during most of Phase 2. Composition of the incremental adjustments reported to the Pay Board consisted of increases in wages and qualified fringes; Exception implemented to correct those situations where a unit's wage rates had fallen behind because of the rapid inflation of recent years: Approved increases.


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