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January 1987, Vol. 110, No. 1
Labor-management scene in 1986
reflects continuing difficulties
Contracts providing for moderate improvements in wages and benefits, two-tier compensation, lump-sum payments, and health care cost-containment were common and industries continued to reject pattern bargaining, reflecting the various financial conditions of companies.
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