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January, 1988, Vol. 111, No. 3
A review of collective bargaining in 1987George Ruben
Finding solutions to mutual problems continued to challenge employers and unions, as they sought to restrain labor costs, improve productivity, increase product quality, and save jobs. Efforts to increase productivity and improve product quality are diverse.
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