Box, Kathleen; Elder, Arthur A.; Godson, Joseph; Stein, Emanuel; McPherson, William H.; Schedler, Carl R.; Coit, Eleanor G.; Dowell, Dorothy; Titus, Paul M.
July 1950
ILR Review;Jul50, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p626
Academic Journal
The article presents news briefs concerning the field of industrial relations in the U.S. as of July 1950. The General Executive Board of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union authorized the setting up of a Training Institute. The board selected students for a training program. The Third Annual Conference on Labor of the Institute of Labor Relations and Social Security was held in New York City from April 25 to 28. Collective bargaining was discussed during the conference. George W. Taylor has been elected president of the Industrial Relations Research Association for 1950.


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