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Unlike the multi-purpose clerk in the nineteenth century pre-mechanized office, women clerical workers in the early twentieth century rarely enjoyed substantial opportunities for advancement.
Greg Cross, senior field representative for the Service Employees International Union Local 535, said it appeared that 11 cafeteria workers were getting layoff notices as well as 14 others represented by his union, including custodians, grounds workers, clerical workers, a kiln operator and a television-radio production worker.
The asset-size exemption for depository institutions will increase $1 million to a level of $34 million based on the annual percentage change in the Consumer Price Index for UrbanWage Earners and Clerical Workers for the twelve-month period ending in November 2004.
Whether they are managers, executives, clerical workers of professionals, all will come away with a much stronger definition of the "e-mail problem" and how they can take action as good corporate citizens.
They include a review of every child protection case on their register and more clerical workers to free up social workers for front-line duties.
Clerical workers, food service and maintenance workers, graduate teaching and research assistants, and food workers at the Yale-New Haven Hospital joined together to protest inadequate wages.
Office and clerical workers at 10 Glasgow hospitals, including Stobhill, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Canniesburn, are on an indefinite unofficial strike over low pay.
voted down an effort by the International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) to organize clerical workers there.
Besides clerical workers, the employees to be transferred include drivers of company-owned cars and security guards.
According to official files accessed under an information-disclosure ordinance, two teachers and two clerical workers at four public senior high schools in Aichi Prefecture and one teacher at a public junior high school were sacked.
Key findings include the following: (1) basic computer information and keyboarding skills are necessary for workers on a daily basis; (2) IT training for front-line clerical workers has primarily been task-specific, but the training could be more effective if it included an overview of the systems used by the hospital and more generic IT information; (3) increased proficiency in using IT systems is not tied to advancement opportunities for front-line clerical workers; (4) increased use of IT does not significantly impact the recruitment or retention of clerical workers; and (5) increased use of IT has not reduced staff.
Many of these positions include heads-of-staff of clerical workers that are located in both academic and administrative units.
The entry grade scale for clerical workers in the airline starts at pounds 4.
Before adjustment for seasonal change and deflation by the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W), average hourly manufacturing wages were up from $13.
There were more than 60 million ordinary life policies in force in 1950, many requiring quarterly or semiannual premium notices--at a time when the industry faced recurrent shortages of clerical workers.