Settlement at weapons plant and lab.
Terms of the agreement called for 4-percent wage increases on June 22 of 1990, 1991, and 1992 (top wage rates under the prior contract were $15.12 for craftworkers such as machinists and electricians, $14.05 for chemical process operators, and $10.64 for laborers); enhanced health insurance and pension benefits; and, effective in 1991, the option to take off on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday instead of a second day off around the July 4 holiday.
"Developments in Industrial Relations" is prepared by Michael H. Cimini of the Division of Developments in Labor-Management Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and is largely based on information from secondary sources.
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|Title Annotation:||Developments in industrial relations.; Martin Marietta Energy Systems Inc.-Atomic Trades and Labor Council|
|Author:||Cimini, Michael H.|
|Publication:||Monthly Labor Review|
|Date:||Oct 1, 1990|
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