Basic Patterns in Union Contracts
Bureau of National Affairs, 1986 - Collective bargaining - 136 pages
This reference study presents the conclusions of a survey and analysis of the major provisions of four hundred representative union contracts against which negotiators can measure their own agreements and proposals. A wide cross-section of industries, unions, employee populations, and geographical areas are covered in the work.
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