Developments in Industrial Relations

January 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jan65, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p74
Academic Journal
Presents developments in wages and collective bargaining in the United States, compiled as of January 1965. Wage increases and benefits granted to railroad and telecommunication employees in November-December 1964; Collective bargaining agreements ratified by members of the Hotel & Restaurant Employees Union with the Golden Gate Restaurant Association; Ford Motor Co.'s master contract with the United Auto Workers.


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