Chronology of Recent Labor Events

October 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Oct67, Vol. 90 Issue 10, p56
Academic Journal
Reports on developments concerning labor relations in the United States as of October 1967. Settlement of a dispute between members of the Social Service Employees Union and the New York City Department of Social Services; Labor contract between Colt Industries Inc. and United Auto Workers Local 376; Temporary settlement of a dispute between the New York Telephone Co. and the Communications Workers of America.


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