State labor Legislation in 1966

Bond, Deborah T.
December 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Dec66, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p1378
Academic Journal
Presents updates on state labor laws and legislation in the United States in 1966. Minimum wage legislation; Wage payment and collection; Wage garnishment; Occupational training and retraining; Child labor laws.


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