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94 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1971)

handle is hein.journals/month94 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW'
Editor-inChief, Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstern

Robert W. Fisher  3
Sylvia Weissbrodt 14
Joseph A, Hickey 22

Bornstein, L. Bolton 31
Howard V. Hayghe 45
Harry F. Zeman 53

Edward J. Caramela
Elizabeth Ruiz
Michael J. Tighe


Labor and the economy in 1970
A review of developments in industrial relations, employment,
prices, and key court and NLRB decisions
Changes in State labor laws in 1970
More States enacted public employee bargaining laws,
voided women's labor laws, and restricted garnishments
Status report on State unemployment insurance laws
Despite increasejn 1970, in only half the States
do maximum benefits equal at least-half the average weekly wage
Calendar of wage increases and negotiations for 1971
A heavy bargaining load, similar to that in 1970,
and greater escalator clause coverage mark the year's schedule
Work experience of the population
Special Labor Force Report shows that the proportion
of married women with jobs rose dramatically over the past decade
Regional pay 4ifferentials in white-collar occupations
Differences are more pronounced for clerical workers
than for professional and administrative employees
White-collar salaries rise 6.2 percent
Spring 1970 cost estimates for urban family budgets
Wages of telephone and telegraph workers


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

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