Acme increases its pension fund contribution.
Other terms of the Acme accord for the Philadelphia area included a $57.53-a-month increase in the company's health and welfare obligation over the term, bringing it to $306.74 on May 1, 1986, and for part-time workers, a $32.44 increase, to $122.49; 40-cent-an-hour wage increases (20 cents for baggers and other customer service employees) on January 27, 1985, and January 26, 1986; an additional 70-cent increase over the term to 700 "between grades" workers who were moved to the next higher grade; time and one-half for Sunday work, instead of double time; and termination of Easter Monday as a holiday.
The contract, which covers 4,700 workers, expires on January 15, 1987.
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|Publication:||Monthly Labor Review|
|Date:||Oct 1, 1984|
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