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BASE RATE

 

 

Under incentive wage systems, the rate for the established task or job standard, production beyond standard bringing extra pay. The base rate usually represents the 100 per cent for measuring the incentive bonus. Base rate is also used to denote the "regular" rate on timework, that is, the established rate per hour for the job exclusive or extras resulting from merit or service increases, overtime or shift defferentials, etc. (See Piecework, Incentive Wages, Wages)

PREMIUM PAY

         Variously ascribed to extra payment over normal wage rates to which employyees are entitled because of work beyond or  outside or regular hours , or for output  beyoud established minimum standards ,or especiallyhazardous or onerous work. (See Overtime ,Incentiye Wages, Shift Differentials)

BONUS

 

 

Any payment in addition to regular or base wages. It may be in the form of any other annual allotment or it may refer to extra rates paid for nightwork, overtime, hazardous work, etc. Also used in connection with incentive wage systems to designate amounts earned in excess of base or guaranteed rates. (See Premium Pay, Shift Differentials, and Overtime)

 

INDEPENDENT UNION

 

A union not affiliated with a larger federated organization such as a regional or industrial federation or national trade union center.

 

BLUE-COLLAR WORKERS

 

Those in private and public employment who engage in manual labor or the skilled trades,

 

 

BIDDING

 

 

System of having vacant jobs posted on bulletin borads or otherwise circulated with present employees having the privilege of applying on basis of their seniority.

 

DISMISSAL WAGE

 

 

Payment by the employer of a sum of money to an employee who is permanently and

involuntarily laid off through no fault of his own; usually based on length of service and in the form either of a lump sum payment or weekly payment equivalent to a specified per cent of wages for a given number of weeks.

DISCRIMINATION

 

 

Unfair treatment of a particular group or individual in matters affecting their employment

status: employer discrimination against union members in hiring, layoff, or promotion;employer or union discrimination on the basis of sez, color or creed.

 

YELLOW - DOG CONTRACT

 A term of derision to refer to the document which many employers formerly compelled their employees to sign as a condition of employment, wherein the employee promised that he would not join a labor union or otherwise participate in concerted action.

WORK SHARING

A definite plan introduced by an employer, or through collective agreement by an employer and union, by which the reduced amount of work during slack seasons is “spread” among employees by reducing each worker’s daily or weekly hours.

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