Pay and benefits
- Leaning on Levi's. Thornburg, Gina K. // Progressive;Mar98, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p16
Reports that Fuerza Unida, an organization of former Levi Strauss & Co.'s employees is intensifying its campaign to call public attention regarding the dismissal of company's 34 percent employees in November 1997. Fuerza Unida's call for the consumers to boycott Levi's products; Reaction of the...
- 2nd Levi's plant joins UNITE. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;3/10/1997, Vol. 173 Issue 46, p2
Reports that workers at a Levi Strauss plant in Roswell, New Mexico, joined the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE). Number of employees involved; Other Levi Strauss plants with UNITE employees.
- UNITE wins majority at Levi's plant. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;5/27/1998, Vol. 175 Issue 100, p26
Reports that the majority of workers at a Levi Strauss and Company factory in San Benito, Texas, has joined the labor union UNITE. Number of workers that joined the organization; Other Levi's plants whose workers joined UNITE.
- The Effect of Unions on Employee Benefits: Recent Results from the Employer Costs for Employee Compensation Data. Budd, John W. // Compensation & Working Conditions;Jun2005, pN.PAG
Presents the results of a survey on the effect of labor unions in the U.S. on employee benefits. Participation of unionized workers in an employer-sponsored retirement plan; Factors that affect the benefits for unionized workers; Effect of monopoly on compensation.
- SOCIAL DENMARK. Schou, P. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Nov12, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p50
Looks at the social progress of Denmark from the 1870s to the 1910s. Economic characteristics of Denmark; Cooperation in retail trading; Organization, membership and activities of trade unions; Provision of insurance against sickness and unemployment; Compensation in case of accident; Features...
- Public-sector plans risk staff wrath. Hope, Katie // People Management;1/13/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
Reports on the proposed changes to the pension packages of government employees in Great Britain. Reactions of government employees on the proposed changes; Arguments of labor unions on the proposed changes; Impact of the proposed changes on the moral contract between the government and the...
- Arbitration: Decisions and Developments. // Labor Law Journal;Jun71, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p382
The article presents information about recent cases of industrial arbitration decisions in the U.S. According to the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, pension and welfare benefits were to be paid by the employer on a monthly basis. The union, however, demanded that the benefits be...
- Employers' latest pension proposals 'are much worse'. Gainsbury, Sally // Public Finance;9/30/2005, p6
Reports that local government unions have rejected the employers' pension proposal in Great Britain. Agreement of Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott to revoke amendments to the local government pension scheme; Inclusion of older workers due to qualify under the rule before 2013 under the...
- Separating perks' vital parts. Taylor, Vicki // Employee Benefits;Feb2006, p29
The article focuses on the pension scheme offered by employers in South Africa. A tax-free lump sum on retirement is paid out by the scheme which is either a provident fund or a defined contribution scheme. This scheme can be used by companies as a bargaining tool in negotiations since South...