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Labor Relations Data Set
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Abstract: From Collective Bargaining Review

Data Set Characteristics:  

Multivariate

Number of Instances:

57

Area:

Social

Attribute Characteristics:

Categorical, Integer, Real

Number of Attributes:

16

Date Donated

1988-11-01

Associated Tasks:

N/A

Missing Values?

No

Number of Web Hits:

45836


Source:

Creators:

Collective Barganing Review, montly publication,
Labour Canada, Industrial Relations Information Service,
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0J2, Canada, (819) 997-3117

The data includes all collective agreements reached in the business and personal services sector for locals with at least 500 members (teachers, nurses, university staff, police, etc) in Canada in 87 and first quarter of 88.

Donor:

Stan Matwin, Computer Science Dept
University of Ottawa,
34 Somerset East, K1N 9B4, (stan '@' uotcsi2.bitnet)


Data Set Information:

Data was used to test 2 tier approach with learning from positive and negative examples


Attribute Information:

1. dur: duration of agreement
[1..7]
2 wage1.wage : wage increase in first year of contract
[2.0 .. 7.0]
3 wage2.wage : wage increase in second year of contract
[2.0 .. 7.0]
4 wage3.wage : wage increase in third year of contract
[2.0 .. 7.0]
5 cola : cost of living allowance
[none, tcf, tc]
6 hours.hrs : number of working hours during week
[35 .. 40]
7 pension : employer contributions to pension plan
[none, ret_allw, empl_contr]
8 stby_pay : standby pay
[2 .. 25]
9 shift_diff : shift differencial : supplement for work on II and III shift
[1 .. 25]
10 educ_allw.boolean : education allowance
[true false]
11 holidays : number of statutory holidays
[9 .. 15]
12 vacation : number of paid vacation days
[ba, avg, gnr]
13 lngtrm_disabil.boolean : employer's help during employee longterm disability
[true , false]
14 dntl_ins : employers contribution towards the dental plan
[none, half, full]
15 bereavement.boolean : employer's financial contribution towards the covering the costs of bereavement
[true , false]
16 empl_hplan : employer's contribution towards the health plan
[none, half, full]


Relevant Papers:

Bergadano, F., Matwin, S., Michalski, R., Zhang, J., Measuring Quality of Concept Descriptions, Procs. of the 3rd European Working Sessions on Learning, Glasgow, October 1988.
[Web Link]

Bergadano, F., Matwin, S., Michalski, R., Zhang, J.,Representing and Acquiring Imprecise and Context-dependent Concepts in Knowledge-based Systems, Procs. of ISMIS'88, North Holland, 1988.
[Web Link]


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