Machinists Revise Bargaining Policies

November 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Nov68, Vol. 91 Issue 11, p20
Academic Journal
Discusses collective bargaining changes voted at the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers' 80th anniversary convention in Chicago, Illinois. Abandonment of the association's effort to establish industrywide bargaining in the air transport industry; Unions' negotiation for worker pooling programs; Rejection of management stalling in contract negotiations; Association President Siemiller's efforts to modify the union's compulsory retirement age of 65.


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