March 1968
Monthly Labor Review;Mar68, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p117
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Discusses developments in collective bargaining in the metalworking industries in the U.S., as of 1968. Ratification of a revision made on the Long Range Sharing Plans of the Kaiser Steel Corp.; Termination of a strike by employees of companies belonging to the Detroit Tooling Association due to a ratification of a 40-month contract.


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