Wages in Paint, Candy, and Southern Sawmill Industries

August 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Aug66, Vol. 89 Issue 8, p881
Academic Journal
Cites survey findings on wages and related benefits in the paint, candy and sawmill industries of the U.S. in 1965. Average straight-time earnings paid to all production and related workers; Information on established practices such as paid holidays and vacations, health, insurance and pension plans; Policy implications on industrial relations.


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