Significant Decisions in Labor Cases

July 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Jul70, Vol. 93 Issue 7, p71
Academic Journal
Summarizes court rulings in notable labor cases filed in the United States as of July 1970. Questions on the U.S. National Labor Relations Board's authority to compel agreement on substantive matters in labor contract negotiations; Legality of imposing wage deductions for debts of employees facing dismissal; Pay differentials that discriminate against women employees.


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