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January 1983, Vol. 106, No. 1
Collective bargaining in 1983:
a crowded agenda
William M. Davis
Economist, Division of Developments in Labor-Management Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Many major contracts are expiring, and in some industries greater emphasis may be put on job security and company survival than on the traditional issues of wage and benefit improvements.
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