A trade union perspective

Faupl, Rudolph
May 1969
Monthly Labor Review;May69, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p44
Academic Journal
Elaborates on the success of the International Labor Organization in raising working and living conditions of workers worldwide. Approach on solving the problems of industrial workers and sectors; Effort of protecting and fostering standards of labor.


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