Toward Annual Wages

November 1955
America;11/5/1955, Vol. 94 Issue 6, p143
The article provides information on the guaranteed annual wage as of November 1955. The United Auto Workers (CIO) has won the supplemental unemployment benefits (SUB) from 70 employers, as reported. An overview of the objectives of the CIO is presented. The report reveals that guaranteed wages seem impractical for industries which experience severe seasonal fluctuations.


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