A new approach to setting the pay of Federal blue-collar workers

Donoian, Harry A.
April 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Apr69, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p30
Academic Journal
Explains the principal provisions behind the proposed Coordinated Federal Wage System (CFWS) for blue collar workers in the U.S. Brief history of the wage board pay schedules; Purpose of the CFWS; Responsibilities of the chief executive officer; Responsibilities of the National Wage Policy Committee.


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