[Issues in the Meat Packing Industry]

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This small collection of materials addresses numerous issues in the meat packing industry, including collective bargaining, dispute arbitration, strikes, working conditions, earnings and wage rates, and discrimination in the workplace.
From the holdings of Princeton University Industrial Relations Library.
  • [1] Collective bargaining in the meat products industry / U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1976
  • [2] Blacks in meatpacking: another view of the jungle / by Walter Fogel, 1971
  • [3] Investigation as to the administration of the laws affecting labor disputes, interstate and foreign commerce and the antiracketeering statute, the interstate transportation of pickets, and the activities of the department of justice, in connection with strikes in the meat-packing industry in twenty states / from 80th Congress, 1948
  • [4] Present and future labor relations problems in the meat packing industry / by Harold W. Davey, 1967
  • [5] Meat price trends / from Congressional Record, 1958
  • [6] Australian meat-workers: some aspects of personnel practice and working conditions / Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Labour and National Service, 1946
  • [7] Application for change in wage rates and working conditions in packing houses operated under an agreement with the president's mediation commission and secretary of labor / from Carol Meyer and James G. Condon, 1921
  • [8] Annual earnings in meat packing, 1937 / United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1939
  • [9] World crisis wage decisions / by Hervey A. Juris, 1969
  • [10] Packing industry: its history and general economics / by L. D. H. Weld, 1923
  • [11] Live stock: the basic raw material of the packing industry / by Henry C. Wallace, 1923
  • [12] Earnings and hours in the meat-packing industry 1937 / United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1939.
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