Yale contract comes 20 months after election.
According to the union, the 3-1/2-year contract provides for general wage increases totaling 20.25 percent, and a revamping of the salary structure that will bring the combined overall average annual salary increase to about 35 percent for current employees. Previously, the average salary was about $13,300.
The settlement was preceded by a strike that began on September 26 and ended on December 4, when the employees returned to work.
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|Publication:||Monthly Labor Review|
|Date:||Mar 1, 1985|
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