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First General Report by the European Economic Com
munity Commission on the Activities of the Community, January 1, 1958, to September 17, 1958. Brussels, European Economic Community, 1958. 146 pp. Available from Information Service of the European Community, Washington.
The Changing Form of Europe's Economy. Edited by
L. L. Waters. Bloomington, Indiana University, School of Business, Bureau of Business Research, 1958. 64 pp. (Business Information Bull. 29.) $1.
Management and Union Health Programs [Bibliog
raphy of Sources of Information on Various Types of Health Programs and Services and Their Interrelationships]: Pt. I, Management Health Programs; Pt. II, Labor Union Health Activities; Pt. III, VOL unteer Health Insurance; Pt. IV, Coordination of Services; Pt. V, Public Understanding and Acceptance of Health Programs. By Leona Baumgarten, M.D., and Margaret C. Klem. (In Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Chicago, December 1958, pp. 627– 633; February 1959, pp. 74–82; April 1959, pp. 189 199. $1.25 each issue.)
Economic Planning in the Union of Soviet Socialist Re
publics—First Seven-Year Plan, 1959–65. (In Indus
Defining the Manager's Job: The AMA Manual of Posi
tion Descriptions. By C. L. Bennet. New York, American Management Association, 1958. bibliography. (Research Study 33.) $9; $6 to AMA members.
Wages, Salaries, and Hours of Work
Management and Organization. By Louis A. Allen. New
York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1958. 353 pp., bibliography. $7.
Occupational Wage Survey: Newark-Jersey City, N.J.
(Bull. 1240–9, 16 pp., 20 cents); Memphis, Tenn. (Bull. 1240-10, 15 pp., 20 cents); Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. (Bull. 1240-11, 16 pp., 20 cents); Detroit, Mich. (Bull. 1240-12, 25 pp., 25 cents); San Francisco-Oakland, Calif. (Bull 1240-13, 24 pp., 25 cents); New Orleans, La. (Bull. 1240-14, 15 pp., 20 cents). Washington, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1959. Available from Superintendent of Documents, Washington.
Know Your Social Security. By Arthur Larson. New
York, Harper & Brothers, 1959. 240 pp. Rev. ed. $3.50.
Salaries and Income of Engineering Teachers, 1958. By
William H. Miernyk. New York, Engineers Joint
Compilation of the Social Security Laws, Including the
Social Security Act, as Amended, and Related Enactments Through December 31, 1958. Washington, U.S. Congress, House of Representatives, 1959. 402 pp. (H. Doc. 454, 85th Cong., 2d sess.)
Social Security Programs Throughout the World, 1958.
Washington, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, 1958. 93 pp. $1, Superintendent of Documents, Washington.
Wages and Hours--In Children's Institutions, California,
1958; In Institutions for Aged Persons, California, 1958. By Marianna Wharton and Dorothy Hassin. San Francisco, State Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Statistics and Research, 1959. 39 and 43 pp., respectively.
Union Conventions, August 16 to September 15, 1959
Stone Polishers, Rubbers & Sawyers, Tile and
Marble Setters Helpers & Terrazzo Helpers.
hangers of America.
Paper Mill Workers.
Union of North America.
Transportation Service Mail Handlers, Watch
men and Messengers,
way and Motor Coach Employes of America.
Current Labor Statistics
worked, and sex
ments, by industry
Table A-5. Employees in manufacturing, by State 1
unemployment compensation for Federal employees, by geographic
division and State 818 Table A-7. Unemployment insurance and employment service programs, selected
Table B-1. Labor turnover rates in manufacturing'
C.-Earnings and Hours
workers in manufacturing industries, in current and 1947–49 dollars 835 Table C-3. Indexes of aggregate weekly man-hours in industrial and construc
tion activities 835 Table C4. Indexes of aggregate weekly payrolls in industrial and construction
activities 836 Table C-5. Average hourly earnings, gross and excluding overtime, of production
workers in manufacturing, by major industry group 837 Table C-6. Gross average weekly hours and average overtime hours of production
workers in manufacturing, by major industry group Table C-7. Hours and gross earnings of production workers in manufacturing, by
State and selected areas'
* This table is included in the March, June, September, and December issues of the Review.
• The labor turnover tables (B-1 and B-2) have been dropped from the Review pending a general revision of the Current Labor Statistics section because, beginning with January 1959 data, the categorles for which labor turnover rates are publlshod differ from those previously published. Current data are avall. ablo monthly in Employment and Earnings or may be obtained upon request.