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98 Monthly Lab. Rev. 1 (1975)

handle is hein.journals/month98 and id is 1 raw text is: MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Editor-in-Chief, Herbert C. Morton
Executive Editor, Henry Lowenstam

Catherine C. Deflna   3   Labor and the economy In 1974
Wage increases were high In an attempt to keep pace with inflation;
but workers still lost ground to double-digit price increases
David A. Levy   17  State labor legislation enacted in 1974
Minimum wages, wage protection, discrimination, safety and health, and
public sector collective bargaining received most of the attention
Florence C. Johnson   30   Workers' compensation laws--changes In 1974
More than 200 amendments provide Improved benefits to disabled workers,
but no State fully meets the National Commission's essential recommendations
Joseph A. Hickey   38   State unemployment insurance changes in 1974
New provisions extend coverage, add to disqualifications, and
raise benefits in several States
Edward Wasilewski    43   Scheduled wage Increases and escalator provisions In 1975
The average deferred increase will be 5.1 percent; additional raises are
expected to go to 4.6 million workers under cost-of-living escalators
Robert N. Ray   49  A report on self-employed Americans In 1973
After declining steadily for more than a century, the number of Americans
working for themselves has begun to stabilize
J. Krislov, J. F. Mead, and
J. F. B. Goodman   55   Attitudes toward mediation: U.S., Great Britain, and Ireland
Howard Hayghe     60   Marital and family characteristics of workers, March 1974
Elizabeth Waldman    64   Children of working mothers, March 1974
Richard Greene    67  Unions report slew rise In health and pension coverage
Robert Ball   70  Labor and material requirements for apartment construction
Philip M. Doyle  73  Increases average 11 percent In communications, 1970-73

Labor month In review
.Research summaries
Significant decisions. in labor cases
Major agreementsexplring next month
Developments in Industrial relations
Book reviews and notes
Current labor statistics


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