GMB and TGWU agree 3.5% pay rise with BFM
- Earnings in Wood Household Furniture, May-June 1965. Bauer, Frederick L. // Monthly Labor Review;Apr66, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p398
Reports on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics earnings survey of production workers in the wood household industry for May-June 1965. Increase in federal minimum wage; Average wage by region; Wage systems of companies in the sector.
- Spiralling salary bills bring downsizing threat. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;11/13/98, Issue 5114, p3
Reports on the survey conducted by Plimsoll Publishing on the possible downsizing of furniture retailers in Great Britain, as a result of rising wages. Average total salary bill as percentage of sales; Other financial pressures affecting furniture companies.
- Occupational wage variation in wood household furniture plants. Barsky, Carl // Monthly Labor Review;Jul81, Vol. 104 Issue 7, p37
Discloses the findings of a survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the occupational wage variation in wood household furniture plants in the U.S. Average hourly earnings in furniture factories; Net earnings differentials among production workers.
- Employees, payroll, 2006. // Furniture/Today;9/10/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pS14
Several diagrams are presented which depict salaries of people in the furniture industry.
- Furnituremakers' Pay Lags Behind National Averages. // Wood & Wood Products;Jul99, Vol. 104 Issue 8, p11
Reports on the data gathered by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics on the pay of furniture makers lagging behind national averages. Earnings of furniture makers; Categories of production workers.
- WAGES IN WOOD HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MANUFACTURING. Tighe, Michael J. // Monthly Labor Review;Feb70, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p63
Presents results of a 1968 survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics concerning wages in the wood household furniture manufacturing industry in the United States. Earnings per hour for male and female workers; Overall level of wages in the industry; Number of paid holidays and paid...
- IKEA Increases Minimum Wage for US Workers. Hower, Mike // SB Business Weekly;6/27/2014, p1
The article reports an announcement by the U.S. ready-to-assemble furniture provider IKEA, on increasing wages for the U.S. workers. Topics discussed include livable wages provided to improve the lives of the U.S. operational employees by the multinational companies, launch of Starbucks College...
- Trends & News. // Wood & Wood Products;Jun2004, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p15
Reports developments in the forest products industry in the U.S. as of June 2004. Forecast on the improvement of manufacturing production; Average salary of furniture production worker; Sponsorship of the Wood Finishing 2004 Conference by Kremlin Inc.