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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The minimum part-time per day wage for skilled workers is fixed at Rs990 while Rs770 would be the wage for semi-skilled workers and Rs675 for unskilled workers.
1914 - Industrialist Henry Ford announces $5 minimum per day wage, doubling most workers' pay.
However, the labor group said the P832 per day wage is still a "survival wage" in Metro Manila given the soaring costs of rice, fuels, sardines, school supplies, education, medical support, transportation and all other basic goods and services due to the implementation of the TRAIN law, oil price increases and dramatic peso depreciation.
The Region 6 wage board approved a P41.50 per day wage increase for nonagricultural workers, with the proviso that those working for companies with less than 10 employees will only get a pay hike of P23.50 per day.
The Labour Day wage increment has become one of the biggest challenges to industry in Kenya, especially because it is not linked to productivity.More follows.
But my company is deducting my one day wage for Friday.
240,000 day wage miners received a weekly pay rise of either 10s 6d or 12s according to grade.
MANILA -- The Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board (RTWPB) 6 granted on Saturday a P10-a day wage increase to workers in Western Visayas.
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.
Fowler observes that in the early 1990s the unskilled day wage in San'ya seldom fell below [yen]14,000 (c.