Slowdown having impact on labor market

Maeglin, Kathy
May 2001
Indianapolis Business Journal;5/28/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p38B
Reports on the impact of the economic slowdown on the labor market of Indiana. Implementation of shorter work weeks and overtime reductions by employers; Increase in layoff notices; Impact of economic conditions in terms of higher gasoline and natural gas prices.


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