Stabilization of Fringe Benefits

Hill, James C.
January 1954
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan54, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p221
Academic Journal
This article discusses the employee fringe benefit policies in the U.S. in January 1954. According to the essay, World War II has threatened the improvements in fringe benefits. In this regard, the Wage Labor Board of the country developed policies regarding individual case decisions on fringe benefit issues. The move of the Board was triggered by the calls of employees for a variety of minor fringe adjustments. Hence, the regulations created by the Board also features several miscellaneous fringe adjustments.


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