Roberts, Benjamin C.
August 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Aug71, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p56
Academic Journal
Discusses the social cost of collective bargaining in the U.S. as of 1971. Need to retain the advantages of collective bargaining; Participation of labor in determining the conditions of life surrounding the work process; Procedures to assist unions and employers to overcome a deadlock; Multinational bargaining; Comparison of U.S. and European collective bargaining procedures.


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