Wages and Collective Bargaining: Government

March 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Mar66, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p309
Academic Journal
Focuses on wages and collective bargaining developments concerning U.S. government employees as of March 1966. Inclusion of the Michigan Civil Service Commission's approval of a general pay increase for state employees; Cincinnati (Ohio) City Council's approval of a wage increase for city employees.


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