Developments in Industrial Relations

June 1987
Monthly Labor Review;Jun87, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p56
Academic Journal
Presents several news items regarding developments in U.S. industrial relations. Settlement of pay discrimination against women in San Francisco, California; Lump-sum payments and adoption of wage-setting mechanism in California; Workplace searches without warrant in circumstances of reasonable suspicion of work-related wrongdoing.


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