Tolles, N. Arnold; Kaplan, H. Eliot; Pearce Jr., John J.; Schedler, Carl R.; McConnell, John W.; Chanin, Nathan
January 1951
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan51, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p308
Academic Journal
The article presents news briefs related to industrial relations. Regional conferences on the teaching of labor economics were held in the Middle West, New England and the Middle Atlantic regions in June to September 1950. The Midwestern conference for 1950 was hosted by the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois. The second New England Conference on the Teaching of Labor Subjects was hosted by Mount Holyoke College. Changes have been made in the New York State retirement system. The American Society for Personnel Administration was formed in June, 1949.


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