Cooperation Provisions in Major Agreements

Ellis, Thessa L.
March 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Mar66, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p283
Academic Journal
Discusses a study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which shows a continued reluctance on the part of management and unions to enter formal cooperation agreements. Reflection of long-standing union and management attitudes to their respective functions; Number of major labor agreements that contained provisions for union-management cooperation on production problems, technological changes, sales promotion and legislation.


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