‹ Wagerer Waggery ›
Meanings and phrases
- a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; reward; payoff
- He says his wife has convinced him to strike for higher wages.
- It was initiated by waste collectors seeking higher wages and better conditions.
- Furthermore, American factory workers were paid higher wages than their European competitors.
- He often criticised the accommodation and low wages.
- "Passion pay" refers to low wages paid by employers for younger people.
- A later strike of 1920, again over low wages was organised at Ainsworth Mill.
- It continues to press for higher minimum wages.
- There are minimum wages for various types of work, but they are very low and unenforced.
- As part of his research in labour economics, Kramarz has investigated the economics of minimum wages.
- After enough time, a two-tier wage system can permanently lower wages in an entire industry.
- They were expected to work for lower wages than men and upon marriage, terminate their employment.
- Lagging nations have less experience; the new technique allows them to use their lower wages to enter the market.
- On 25 April 2017, he terminated his contract due to unpaid wages.
- In March 2018, work on the second tunnel hit a snag when workers walked off the job over unpaid wages.
- The game against St Mirren was cancelled a day before when the players went on strike due to unpaid wages.
- If CPI overestimates inflation, then claims that real wages have fallen over time could be unfounded.
- Since inflation lowers real wages, Keynesians view inflation as the solution to involuntary unemployment.
- As per-capita gross domestic product grew, real wages of the British working class remained relatively constant.