The Wage Calendar for 1967

Ward, Cordelia; Davis, William
December 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Dec66, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p1339
Academic Journal
Summarizes the outlook for 1967 in terms of contracts subject to collective bargaining and scheduled wages increases in the United States. Bargaining activities in various sectors; Cost-of-living escalator adjustments; Major agreement expirations; Number of workers receiving deferred increases.


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