Developments in Industrial Relations

July 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Jul71, Vol. 94 Issue 7, p65
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs related to industrial relations in the United States, as of July 1971. Emergency legislation approved by the U.S. Congress to end a walkout by the Railroad Signalmen's Union; Labor contract agreement between unions and aluminum producers; Copperweld Corp.'s agreement with the Steelworkers Union.


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