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Lajambe Forest Products of Sault Ste. Marie re-opened its veneer and sawmill operation last month after its unionized and salaried employees agreed to take pay cuts. The operation had been closed since mid-July as the company made restructuring efforts. Salaried employees agreed to "contribute" 90 cents per hour of their salaries to the company. The unionized workers accepted a 35-cent-per-hour pay cut as well as an extended work day. About 150 workers were expected to return to work late last month.
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Title Annotation:Lajambe Forest Products
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Oct 1, 1991
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