80¢ raise

What are you going to do with the money?


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BadIdeaGuy

Coronavirus? What coronavirus?
Are the $11-15 getting a raise? Too lazy to look up.
*Sigh*


And this is why we at the bottom are stuck at $11-$15.

If it is too much work to read your contract, you basically don't have one.
And if opening a book is too much trouble, then voting is probably also too much.

Long story short, part timers will never make it to a reasonable level of representation, and it's our own apathy to blame.

Yes. We are getting the $.80/hour raise too.
 

I have been lurking

Proud weeb/incel/virgin
*Sigh*


And this is why we at the bottom are stuck at $11-$15.

If it is too much work to read your contract, you basically don't have one.
And if opening a book is too much trouble, then voting is probably also too much.

Long story short, part timers will never make it to a reasonable level of representation, and it's our own apathy to blame.

Yes. We are getting the $.80/hour raise too.
I thought we were locked for no raises for 3 years though. Or was that retroactive?
 

DriverNerd

Well-Known Member
I thought we were locked for no raises for 3 years though. Or was that retroactive?
(a) Part-time Employees

All part-time employees who have attained seniority as of August 1, 2018 will receive the following general wage increases for each contract year but will in no case receive less than the hourly start rate specified on August 1st 2018-2022 as set forth in (b) below. The total wage increase for each year will be as follows:

2018 seventy cents ($0.70)
2019 seventy-five cents ($0.75)
2020 eighty cents ($0.80)
2021 ninety cents ($0.90)
2022 one dollar ($1.00)

(b) Newly hired part-time employees

In recognition of the fact that all of the Company’s part-time jobs require skills and to eliminate the two (2) tier progression existing in prior contracts, the parties have agreed to establish one uniform hourly rate for part-time employees who would have been subject to a progression. As such, all part-time employees, who are hired or reach seniority after August 1, 2018 will be paid according to the following wage schedules:

August 1, 2018 $13.00
August 1, 2019 $14.00
August 1, 2020 $14.50
August 1, 2021 $15.00
August 1, 2022 $15.50

(c) The wage rates and increases provided in (a) and (b) shall be a minimum


The only time you would not see a raise (but you still get it) is if you were getting paid more than what you should - due to a local building/city/state rate or (b) was higher (and you are under (a))
 

I have been lurking

Proud weeb/incel/virgin
(a) Part-time Employees

All part-time employees who have attained seniority as of August 1, 2018 will receive the following general wage increases for each contract year but will in no case receive less than the hourly start rate specified on August 1st 2018-2022 as set forth in (b) below. The total wage increase for each year will be as follows:

2018 seventy cents ($0.70)
2019 seventy-five cents ($0.75)
2020 eighty cents ($0.80)
2021 ninety cents ($0.90)
2022 one dollar ($1.00)

(b) Newly hired part-time employees

In recognition of the fact that all of the Company’s part-time jobs require skills and to eliminate the two (2) tier progression existing in prior contracts, the parties have agreed to establish one uniform hourly rate for part-time employees who would have been subject to a progression. As such, all part-time employees, who are hired or reach seniority after August 1, 2018 will be paid according to the following wage schedules:

August 1, 2018 $13.00
August 1, 2019 $14.00
August 1, 2020 $14.50
August 1, 2021 $15.00
August 1, 2022 $15.50

(c) The wage rates and increases provided in (a) and (b) shall be a minimum


The only time you would not see a raise (but you still get it) is if you were getting paid more than what you should - due to a local building/city/state rate
Ohh. Dank yew!
 

542thruNthru

Well-Known Member
*Sigh*


And this is why we at the bottom are stuck at $11-$15.

If it is too much work to read your contract, you basically don't have one.
And if opening a book is too much trouble, then voting is probably also too much.

Long story short, part timers will never make it to a reasonable level of representation, and it's our own apathy to blame.

Yes. We are getting the $.80/hour raise too.
You're so smart. Where did you go to school. ;)
 
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