Foreign Labor Briefs

September 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Sep73, Vol. 96 Issue 9, p79
Academic Journal
Focuses on developments related to labor outside the United States, current as of September 1973. Dalmer Hoskins and Lenore Bixby's report on major social security provisions relating to women in five countries; Organisation for the Economic Co-operation and Development's efforts to measure quality of life; Research Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Labour's report on use of layoff notice.


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