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96 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1973)

handle is hein.journals/month96 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Editor-in-Chief, Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstern
D. Larson, L. W. Bolton  3

Calendar of wage increases and negotiations for 1973
Heavier bargaining activity will mark the 1973
calendar, with key negotiations scheduled in the
transportation, construction, and automobile industries


Robert W. Fisher 17
Sylvia R. Weissbrodt 27
Joseph A. Hickey 37
Florence C. Johnson 45

Labor in a year of economic stabilization
Early perspective on some significant labor events-the employment recovery,
collective bargaining, trade union activity, legal changes
Changes in State labor laws
Annual review of State legislation shows considerable activity
to improve occupational safety and to combat discrimination
State unemployment insurance laws-a status report
Maximum weekly benefit now stands at half of
the statewide average weekly wage in 26 States
Changes in workmen's compensation laws
National Commission study helps-prod States into enacting more than 100
amendments to improve protection for disabled workers

Carvin Cook  50  Federal employment standards legislation

James N. Houff 52

Thomas W. Kraseman
Donald S. Ridzon

Improving area wage survey indexes
New indexes will more closely mirror wage rate changes
by eliminating effects of establishment turnover and employment shifts
Statistics and analysis
Occupational pay in shirt manufacturing

Labor month in review
Research summaries
Foreign labor briefs
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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