Union Scale

Union Scale

A minimum wage guaranteed by a union contract. The union scale may vary by the type of job performed, but all union members working a covered job must be paid the scale.
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At the time, the book notes, the union scale for bricklayers was 87 cents an hour.
County Commissioners are considering imposing new restrictions on the Class 6, 7a, 7b 8, L (Landmark) & C (environmental remediation) Property Tax Incentive program that will require property owners and tenants to hire only construction workers that earn an Illinois "Prevailing Wage" which in many cases is even higher than "union scale." Business leaders say the mandate would add so much cost to a redevelopment project that investors and employers will take their money to Lake, DuPage or Will Counties, or Wisconsin or Indiana where no such requirements exist.
The players do not receive union scale or have the protection of the union from abusive working conditions, unfair labor practices, and unreasonable demands by their employers.
To make that happen, ARB will in some cases pay higher than union scale, depending on skill and experience levels.
Radiological Union Scale for Tibial fractures (RUST Score) [2] provides an indication of the healing status of a tibial fracture on a continuous with high inter-rater reliability but it is unable to diagnose delayed and non-unions early.
Nonetheless, the show attracted stars like Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Michael Cera, Jerry O'Connell and Colin Hanks, all of whom worked for union scale.
Other forms of work, such as police and fire protection, involve life-threatening situations at union scale. You: need only listen to any military member who railed against the time they spent in training and drill, itching to do what they were trained for.
"There are also some cities that have what's called a project labor agreement that call for paying union scale on those projects.
These firms usually paid below union scale to keep costs down and thus overcome discriminatory attitudes on the part of construction contractors.
They are considered as powerful actors on the European Union scale as well as on the market of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Opponents say PLAs are not needed on public works jobs because the state's prevailing wage law guarantees union scale for all workers and the no-strike promise only means that unions won't picket non-PLA job sites.
And would Toyota be willing to pay union scale? Economics--personal and corporate--matter.
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