TITLE

Compensation of Workers in Basic Steel

AUTHOR(S)
Smith, Wiliam M.
PUB. DATE
July 1968
SOURCE
Monthly Labor Review;Jul68, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on changes in compensation of steel workers in the U.S. between 1950 and 1965. Liberalization of employee benefit plans; Compensation expenditures in 1965; Supplementary benefits in 1950 and 1965; Cost of paid leaves, private welfare plans, premium payments, legally required insurance and savings and vacation plans.
ACCESSION #
6008826

 

Related Articles

  • Pay gains tempered in basic steel mills. Carlson, Norma W. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug84, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p28 

    Reports on key issues and developments relevant to the wages of steelworkers in the U.S. compiled as of August 1984. Slow growth in steelworkers' wages as compared to other industry workers; Factors influencing wage increases; Variation in regional pay patterns; Overview of employee benefits;...

  • Foundry wages advance as employment retreats.  // Monthly Labor Review;Nov88, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p34 

    Examines the earnings of iron and steel foundry workers in the United States in 1986. Hours of work; Work incentives; Paid holidays and vacations; Employee insurance benefits; Major unions in the foundry industry.

  • Foreign Labor Briefs.  // Monthly Labor Review;Mar70, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p56 

    Reports on developments in foreign labor as of March 1970. Increase in wages and fringe benefits of steelworkers; Impact of wildcat strikes; Amendments to Turkey's Social Insurance Law; Actions of the congress of Civil Service Union; Collective bargaining agreement between the Standard Fruit...

  • Productivity & Profits.  // Time;3/23/1962, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p85 

    The article reports on the concerns over the argument by the steelworkers that they have boosting productivity by more than 3% a year in the U.S. Leslie B. Worthington, president of U.S. Steel Corp., argues that there is more to measuring productivity than the one element of output per man-hour....

  • Lifetime benefits at USX. Cimini, Michael H. // Monthly Labor Review;Apr91, Vol. 114 Issue 4, p32 

    Presents highlights of a three-year contract between the USX Corp. (the largest steel company in the United States) and the Steelworkers. Focus on guaranteed health and pension benefits for senior employees; Wages; Medical benefits; Other terms.

  • Iron and steel foundries cast variations in regional pay.  // Monthly Labor Review;Sep81, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p46 

    Reports on the results of a September 1979 survey on wages in the United States iron and steel industry. Influence of the regional distribution of workers on pay levels in iron and steel foundries; Differences in the regional disparity between skilled and semiskilled or unskilled occupations;...

  • Unions threaten protests over wage hike draft. Kuchar, Vladimir // Prague Business Journal;12/2/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 46, p16 

    Reports on the threat by steel industry unions to protest against wage hike drafts in the Czech Republic. Wage increases; Collective bargaining; Implications for management.

  • Legal risks often accompany reductions in wages and benefits. Rubin, Jennifer B. // Employee Benefit News;Mar2003, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p11 

    Discusses certain legal guidelines that must be considered by U.S. employers before making salary and benefit modifications. Importance of timing a salary reduction; Risks and rewards of modifying compensation.

  • Pay and benefits.  // People Management;08/24/95, Vol. 1 Issue 17, p6 

    Presents news about employee compensation and benefits in Great Britain. Compensation by Eastern Electricity on employees who belong to its save-as-you-earn share option scheme; Attempt of British Airways to encourage staff to take their profit-related bonuses in shares; Employees complains...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics