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92 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1969)

handle is hein.journals/month92 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Editor-in-Chief , Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstern


Theodore W. Kheel
Sam Zagoria
Samuel C. Jackson
Barbara V. Toth
Claire C. Hodge

H. L. Brummet,

E. G. Flamholtz
W. C. Pyle

H. M. Douty
N. Robertson, K. I. Sams
Clara T. Sorenson
Joseph A. Hickey
Cordelia T. Ward, William M. Davis

January 1969     Volume 92, Number 1
3    Collective bargaining and community disputes
An experienced mediator suggests that
the lessons of labor-management relations
are relevant to other group conflicts
9    Mediation: a path to campus peace?
10    A new center for dispute settlement
11   Labor in a year of expansion
Perspective on the events of 1968, a year
marked by rising prices, higher wages, and
a split in trade union ranks
20   The Negro job situation: has it improved?
BLS survey shows occupational gains
by black workers: more employed in
better jobs
29   Human resource myopia
Application of accounting methods to manpower
planning gives promise of more effective
use of human resources
31   Prospects for white-collar unionism
35   Industrial relations reform in Great Britain
41   Review of State labor laws enacted in 1968
47   Status report on unemployment insurance laws
52   Negotiations and wage calendar for 1969

Labor month in review
Foreign labor briefs
Research summaries
Significant decisions in labor cases
Major agreements expiring in February
Developments in industrial relations
Book reviews and notes
Current labor statistics

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