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something justly deserved

to engage in (a war or campaign, for example)

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However, tens of thousands of local government employees across Wales are still paid below the foundation living wage rate.
This statement follows if we compare the marginal costs of labour of the monopsonist with the wage rate of the competitive supplier making use of the above introduced labour supply function.
He called for ministry advisors to be removed, adding that maximum wage rate laws should be implemented by restructuring the country's tax bracket system.
However, there is worrying evidence that a significant number of employers are not paying apprentices the relevant minimum wage rate.
The maximum increase has taken place in Congress- ruled Haryana, where the wages under the MGNREGA will be ` 214 per day, an increase of ` 23 from the previous wage rate of ` 191.
In particular we want to investigate the sign of the uncompensated wage elasticity, as this elasticity is the measure that captures by how much individuals, already working full time, increase their hours of work, after a change in the wage rate.
While the subcomponents (W, P, and O) vary considerably over time, the productivity-adjusted real wage rate has a maximum value of 104.
I] is the wage rate for an illegal worker, [beta] the probability an employer is caught hiring an illegal laborer, which depends on government expenditures (E) allocated to domestic enforcement, and c the monetary cost of the sanction.
In the first year of this period, wholesale prices fell by nearly 10 percent, while money wage rates increased by almost 6 percent (Vedder and Gallaway 1997: 63).
The adult minimum wage rate will rise from Monday from pounds 5.
wage rates, with the Mexican wage rate adjusted using the exchange rate to U.
And the AFL-CIO even claims that China's 57-cent per hour wage rate is for urban workers only, not for the lower-paid migrant workers who comprise the vast majority of China's labor force.
Yet, a federal wage rate increase could make other states, which will continue to try to lure California manufacturers and other large employers of hourly wage workers, look less attractive.
It has Central America's second lowest inflation rate, and second best minimum wage rate.