day wage

day wage

[′dā ‚wāj]
(industrial engineering)
A fixed rate of pay per shift or per daily hours of work, irrespective of the amount of work completed.
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According to police, the incident took place near Mandan Gate area of Bannu a week ago when unknown men riding in cars came from South Waziristan and tempted the labourers sitting along the road by offering Rs 1000 per day wage in the North Waziristan.
Mr Thomas said: "The Great Strike of 1912 was in full swing - a national miners' strike which had grown out of action taken by 30,000 Welsh colliers between the previous year over the issue of a minimum day wage.
America cannot compete with the $4 a day wage in Mexico, much less with the $3 a day wage in Brazil or the $1 a day wage in Honduras and Haiti.
The police said the incident took place in Mandan Gate area of the district when armed man tempted the labourers by offering Rs 1000 per day wage before taking them away to North Waziristan.
Jecko insisted that he should be paid the equivalent of the minimum day wage rates of an NCB surface worker.
Moreover, Central Consultative Committee of BCCL comprising of all Trade Unions and BCCL Management representatives on July 2, 2013 have unanimously decided to contribute one day wages (Basic + DA) by all the employees of BCCL on roll as on date amounting to Rs.
The per day wages have gone up from ` 279 to ` 297.
MULTAN -- The provincial government is engaged in discussing proposals to upgrade equipment, set up model wardens' centres at town/tehsil level besides 100 per cent raise in per day wages of paid volunteers from existing Rs 200 to Rs 400.
A big part of their gripe is losing jobs to cheaper workers from the EU who are given "humiliating day wages," the letter said.
On the day wages were supposed to be paid into their bank accounts, employees were instead told they were no longer required and they would not get their cash.
London, July 25 ( ANI ): Two Chinese sweatshops, which manufacture Wenlock and Mandeville Olympic mascot toys, have been uncovered for exploiting its workers by paying them a paltry six pounds per day wages.
I WOULD hope that the elected cabinet of our council will now agree with the findings of the watchdog committee with regards the policy of taking away the pounds 3 a day wages from the people who attend Curriers Close.