wage schedule

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a schedule of wages paid for different jobs

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t]) is the wage schedule, which will be determined below.
Rejecting an earlier, similar schedule, Justice Schlesinger said: "The comptroller's prevailing wage schedule risks producing inconsistent and arguably absurd results.
Therefore the analysis comprises sixteen awards and the national training wage schedule.
Wage schedules, unlike cheques, are not on special paper and are too easily altered or forged using (shock horror) your own scanners, computers and copiers--colour for your signature of course.
The new contract implements a four-step wage schedule based on years of service and includes a 2.
It turns out that according to this wage schedule, the wage of a coordinator is always at least as high as the wage of each of its subordinates.
We have developed a wage schedule for all work descriptions, with a wage range from beginning wage to the highest wage paid for a particular position.
Equation (3) can be interpreted as a bargained real wage schedule, showing how the bargained or target real wage increases as the employment rate and the importance attached to wages ([Alpha]) increases, and falls as the product market demand becomes more elastic, and as R, the degree of restraint, increases.
The contract also stipulates that no pay reductions will result from this wage schedule transition.
The two-tier wage schedule works to erode the team concept upon which firm productivity depends.
Consider, however, the radical difference involved when a two-tier wage schedule is adopted.
Prices, prevailing wage schedule and terms and conditions shall remain firm throughout the term of the Contract.
The MMA and Local 1212 said that this would produce an unfair wage scale and, according to Justice Schlesinger, "The comptroller's prevailing wage schedule risks producing inconsistent and, arguably, absurd results.
Increases each year will be tied to steps in the town's personnel wage schedule and any cost of living hikes.
In Figure 3, we plot the reservation wage schedule of the benchmark model for all asset levels (panel A) and for assets less than $200,000 (panel B).