Pay and Fringe Benefits of Railroad Employees

Pope, Robert E.
September 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Sep68, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p45
Academic Journal
Focuses on pay and fringe benefits received by railroad employees in the United States. Level and structure of compensation in the railroad industry; Average compensation received by employees during 1965; Payroll supplements received by the employees.


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