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Anchor Glass pact.

Anchor Glass pact

Anchor Glass Container Corp. and the Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics and Allied Workers reached two 3-year master agreements covering 6,500 production and maintenance workers and automatic machine department employees at plants across the country (14 States). The master agreements replace six separate agreements that were to expire March 31, 1990. The contracts call for a 40-cent-per-hour general wage increase on April 1, 1990, and 30-cent increases on April I of 1991 and 1992. (The average wage under the contract will be $12 an hour according to the company.) Other terms include a $1 increase in the monthly pension rate for each year of credited service (to $18) on April 1, 1990, and an additional $1 increase on April 1, 1991; employees weekly health insurance premiums for single coverage increase $2.25 (to $3) on April 1, 1990, 25 cents on April 1, 1991, and 20 cents on April 1, 1992, while coverage for one dependent increases $2.25 (to $4) on April 1, 1990, 40 cents on April 1, 199 1, and 45 cents on April 1, 1992, and for family coverage increases $2.25 (to $5), 35 cents, and 35 cents, respectively, on the same dates.
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Title Annotation:Developments in industrial relations; Anchor Glass Container Corp. collective labor agreement
Author:Cimini, Michael H.
Publication:Monthly Labor Review
Date:Jul 1, 1990
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