The Strike Insurance Plan of the Railroad Industry
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Briggs, Vernon M. Jr.
"A far-reaching program designed to minimize revenue losses during strikes became operative in the nation's railroad industry on September 1, 1959. The plan is formally known as the Service Interruption Policy, or, more commonly, as the railroad strike insurance plan."
human resource; studies; ILR; program; revenue; strikes; railroad; industry; service; policy; interruption; insurance; plan
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