The problems inherent in using cost of living as a determinant in wage negotiations is that wages are bargained for a future period, whereas cost of living data are historical in
Today most labor-management contracts are renegotiated
A) every five years.
B) every three or four years.
C) every two years.
There has been a marked change in the general bargaining atmosphere in relatively recent years.
Which of the following is not considered a wage issue in collective bargaining?