Wage Chronology: A.T. & T. Long Lines Department

January 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jan65, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Summarizes details of collective labor agreements negotiated by AT&T Corp.'s Long Lines Department with the Communications Workers of America during the years 1953-1963. General wage changes; Related wage practices; Weekly salary rates.


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