Benefit Provisions in Major Agreements

Fridrich, Douglas K.; Sparrough, Michael E.
June 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Jun68, Vol. 91 Issue 6, p40
Academic Journal
Summarizes the nature of changes in certain significant benefits that have been included in major collective bargaining settlements in the United States of the four years ending with 1966. Number of workers employed in firms that established a vacation plan for the first year; Most common change in vacation provisions; Addition of a floating holiday which may vary from year to year as to date according to employer or employee's choice.


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