Labor (Obstetrics) -- Statistics. : Some calculations of the number of accidents or deaths which happen in consequence of parturition; and of the proportions of male to female children, as well as of twins, monstrous productions, and children that are dead-born [electronic resource] : Taken from the midwifery reports of the Westminster General Dispensary. With an attempt to ascertain the chance of life at different periods, from infancy to twenty-six years of age; and likewise the proportion of natives to the rest of the inhabitants of London. In a letter to Samuel Foart Simmons, M.D.F.R.S. By Robert Bland, M.D. physician-man-midwife to the Westminster general dispensary read at the Royal Society, May 10, 1781, and published in the philosophical transactions, vol. LXX[.].
Labor -- OECD countries. : OECD social, employment, and migration working papers [electronic resource] / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Directorate for Education, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Committee.
Labor organizing -- See Labor unions Organizing --subdivision Labor unions--Organizing under occupational groups and types of employees
Labor output -- See Labor productivity --subdivision Labor productivity under types of industries, occupations, and processes, e.g. Construction industry--Labor productivity; Coal mines and mining--Labor productivity
Labor participation in management -- See Management Employee participation --subdivision Management--Employee participation under individual headings for specific industries, e.g. Construction industry--Management--Employee participation