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January 1990, Vol. 113, No. 1
Collective bargaining in 1989: old problems, new issues
Project director (retired), Economist, Division of Development in Labor-Management Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Some problems which plagued negotiators throughout the decade continue into the next, and are joined by additional issues such as rising cost of health insurance, family care, and health and safety concerns. This article summarizes collective bargaining agreements reached during 1989.
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