wage schedule


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Noun1.wage schedule - a schedule of wages paid for different jobswage schedule - a schedule of wages paid for different jobs
graduated table, ordered series, scale, scale of measurement - an ordered reference standard; "judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
sliding scale - a wage scale that fluctuates in response to the cost-of-living index
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So, returning to the question of how the new minimum wage schedule will affectthe Arkansas economy, for both good and bad: After accounting for differences in regional prices and wages, the impact of the new minimum wage law in Arkansas is likely to exceed the expectations of both its advocates and its critics.
Highlights of the agreement include wage schedule increases of 10 percent over the term of the agreement and maintenance of the current healthcare plans.
Each provider will retain its own wage schedule, with wage rates to be negotiated with individual employers in the future.
Moreover, we take into account that the wage schedule depends on the level of employment, which is the source of the intra-firm bargaining problem.
Second, due to the right to manage structure of the bargaining process, the employment schedule is derived after the wage schedule.
MMA) has : vowed it won't stand for a prevailing wage schedule adopted by New York City Comptroller John Liu.
Cummings contrasts the clerks' treatment in 2009 with the 2 percent raise Department of Public Works clerks received that year while being retroactively placed on the General Clerical Wage Schedule, a move that he said increased that group's earning potential.
The Education Minister said the pay system without wage schedule is piloted in 3 schools of the country.
Note that non-trade occupations are generally covered by traineeships, and therefore in the main covered by the Trainee Wage Schedule, which has been attached to modern awards.
2 percent here toward the end of 2006), and improves the overall wage schedule.
Focusing on the mid-1990s expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit, Rothstein extends the approach of DiNardo, Fortin, and Lemieux (1996) to permit fully nonparametric estimation of labor supply and wage schedule changes for female workers during this period.
The contract also stipulates that no pay reductions will result from this wage schedule transition.