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95 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1972)

handle is hein.journals/month95 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Editor-in-Chief, Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstern
Mv. E. Sparrough and L. W. Bolton

Merv Knobloch
Sylvia R. Weissbrodt
Joseph A. Hickey
Florence C. Johnson
Joseph P. Goldberg

Winston L. Tillery
Frank Burkhardt
Michael J. Tighe
Andrea Christensen

3   Calendar of wage increases and negotiations for 1972
Light bargaining activity, smaller deferred increases,
and greater cost-of-living clause coverage characterize
this year's schedule
A REVIEW OF 1971
15   Labor and the economy
A roundup of developments in industrial relations,
emhployment, prices, and major court and NLRB decisions
29   Changes in State labor laws
State legislatures make significant progress in more
fields such as job safety, wage garnishment, minimum wages,
and employment discrimination than in any recent year
40   A report on State unemployment insurance laws
Twenty-three States increase benefits; an additional
4.75 million jobs are now covered
51   Changes in workmen's compensation
Legislatures enact more than 300 new laws and amendments
to improve protection for disabled workers
56   Public employee developments
More States authorize collective bargaining by public
employees, as union and association membership grows
OTHER ARTICLES
67   AFL-CIO convention, 1971
70   A comment on wage restraint in construction
71   Wages in hosiery manufacturing
72   White-collar pay in 1971
DEPARTMENTS
2   Labor month in review
67   Union conventions
70   Communications
71   Research summaries
75   Significant decisions in labor cases
80   Major agreements expiring next month
81   Developments in industrial relations
84   Book reviews and notes
96   Current labor statistics
(A note on recalculation of the CPI appears on page 27.)

JANUARY 1972     VOLUME 95, NUMBER 1

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