Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, 1985 - Industrial relations
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16 million workers according to Soviet AUCCTU average collect average monthly wage begin financing blue collar bonuses bureaucracy Central Committee Plenum Collective Council collective farm workers cooperatives and Individual earn economic reforms employment engage in Individual Enterprise Law excess labor full-time government ministry illegal income Individual Labor Activity January job placement labor delegations legal private sector Leningrad Moscow official organ pension age pension rate percent percentage of Soviet policy towards labor price the market production raise wages Released Workers remuneration reportedly rubles per month salaries second economy Secretary Gorbachev self-financing service sector shift of labor shortage SMOT Socialist Enterprise Soviet authorities Soviet citizens Soviet economists Soviet enterprises Soviet labor force Soviet law Soviet policy Soviet press reported SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS Soviet statistics Soviet workers special stores state-run stores and facilities trade union committee transmission belt UNION OF SOVIET USSR vacation wage fund white collar workers