Developments in Industrial Relations

April 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Apr67, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p64
Academic Journal
Reports on key issues and developments relevant to industrial relations in the U.S. compiled as of April 1967. Employee layoffs at the General Motors following a strike; Collective agreements in the garments industry; Wage increases for public services and government employees; End of a strike in the metalworking industry; Developments in the chemicals, transportation, construction, trade and mining industries.


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