Furthermore, without the established infrastructure and treasury of a larger, conventional union, SORWUC struggled to pay legal bills and strike pay
Roche Holding expects to strike pay
dirt with genetic testing.
At its height, says Yeates, thousands of families were dependent for survival on strike pay
and more families were dependent on private charity.
The two papers took a big financial hit during the lucrative holiday retail season, and strikers, who had to get by on paltry strike pay
, haven't come close to reaching their original pay demands.
Those members, many of whom had developed long-time friendships with the building managers, suffered with $7 a day in strike pay
so long as they showed up in that bitterly cold month to walk picket lines over the humongous mounds of snow that filled the streets and sidewalks of the city.
Telling of a divorced 42-year-old woman director who wages a subtle war of nerves with her teenage son concerning her desire to date, pic is a beautifully shaded mood piece that, due to the shortage of films that present female emotional viewpoints so authentically, could strike pay
dirt with many auds, especially women near middle age.
Teachers then staffed picket lines, knowing that they would not receive even the meager compensation of strike pay
The members of United Paper Workers International Union Local 7837, the Staley local, have grimly endured the lockout on part-time jobs and $60-a-week strike pay
for almost three years.
It is, however, unclear whether this relationship would be found in settings where there is near universal support for the strike or where strike pay
is contingent on picketing.
The strike/lockout sent employees' salaries tumbling to $100 a week strike pay
from a wage range of $18,000 to $37,000.
Here you can see the Liverpool seamen queuing up in Canning Place to collect their PS3 per week strike pay
from the Union (N.