Significant Decision in Labor Cases

November 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Nov65, Vol. 88 Issue 11, p1350
Academic Journal
Details decisions in various labor cases compiled in the United States as of November 1965. Plant closures; Change of operations; National Labor Relations Board ruling on withdrawal from a multiemployer bargaining unit; Union fines.


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