Wage and Benefit Developments In Manufacturing

Bornstein, Leon
November 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Nov68, Vol. 91 Issue 11, p40
Academic Journal
Looks at wage and benefit developments in the United States manufacturing industry. Factors contributing to the general wage increases in 1967; Negotiated first-year median wage increases in major union establishments; Measures of wage change; Percentage of general wage adjustments decided on in 1967; Effective wage changes; Non-uniform wage changes.


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