Related BLS programs | Related articles
January 1984, Vol. 107, No. 1
Economy improves; bargaining
problems persist in 1983
Wage gains were lower than in recent years, and there were some cuts, as labor and management tried to overcome problems resulting from the recession, deregulation, technological change, and foreign competition.
Read excerpt Download full article in PDF (1,183K)
Related BLS programs
Collective Bargaining Agreements
Related Monthly Labor Review articles
Labor-management bargaining in 1995.—Jan./Feb. 1996.
Labor-management bargaining in 1994.—Jan. 1995.
Labor-management bargaining in 1993.—Jan. 1994.
Labor-management bargaining in 1992.—Jan. 1993.
Collective bargaining, 1991: recession colors talks.—Jan. 1992.
Collective bargaining in 1990: search for solutions continues.—Jan. 1991.
Collective bargaining in 1989: old problems, new issues.—Jan. 1990.
Collective bargaining and labor-management relations in 1988.—Jan. 1989.
Within Monthly Labor Review Online:
Welcome | Current Issue | Index | Subscribe | Archives
Exit Monthly Labor Review Online:
BLS Home | Publications & Research Papers