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January, 1986, Vol. 109, No. 1
Collective bargaining during 1986:
pressures to curb costs remain
Phyllis I. Brown
Social science research analyst, Office of Wages and Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Economist, Office of Wages and Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
With contracts expiring in steel, construction, and telecommunications, the bargaining calendar in private industry is heavy but relatively light in State and local government; contract talks in industry will be held against a background marked by modest settlements and few strikes.
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