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Richard Vitarelli Comments on Collective Bargaining Agreements Set to Expire in 2018

Richard Vitarelli comments on implications of collective bargaining agreements set to expire for several thousand workers in the manufacturing, health care, telecommunications, and hospitality industries in "Outlook 2018: Labor Hopes to Capitalize on Hot Economy, Tax Cuts," published by Bloomberg Law.

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