Temporary Additional Compensation for Civilian Employees for the Duration of the War , Hearing ..., on H.R. 7071 and H.R. 7144 ..., June 2-5, 9-11, 1942
1942 - 209 lappuses
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40 hours additional adjustment administrative agencies amended amount annual annum apply Association authorized base basis believe benefits bill bonus Budget Bureau cents CHAIRMAN Chairman and members Civil Service clerks committee compensation Congress connection consideration considered correct cost of living covered Department District of Columbia earnings effect enacted established excess existing fact favor Federal employees feel figures FLEMMING further give Government employees hear hourly House increase industry interest June Labor legislation less limitation matter measure meet ment months Navy necessary one-half organization overtime compensation overtime pay paid payment percent period positions Post Office postal employees Postal Service present President problem proposed question Ramspeck reason receive reduced referred regular Representatives rural salary standard STATEMENT substitute suggest tion understand United wage Washington week workers workweek Young
103. lappuse - Now, therefore, I, Ulysses S. Grant, President of the United States, do hereby direct that, from and after this date, no reduction shall be made in the wages paid by the Government by the day to such laborers, workmen, and mechanics, on account of such reduction of the hours of labor.
106. lappuse - ... than necessary to restore the full weekly earnings of such employees in accordance with the full-time weekly earnings under the respective wage schedules in effect on June 1, 1932: Provided, That the regular hours of labor shall not be more than forty per week; and all overtime shall be compensated for at the rate of not less than time and one half.
190. lappuse - Duration of agreement. All provisions of this agreement shall continue in force and effect during the period of the national emergency, as proclaimed...
205. lappuse - If there is nothing further this morning, the committee will adjourn, to meet at the call of the chairman. (Thereupon, at 1:35 pm, Saturday, Feb.
190. lappuse - ... employer, to such vacation during the period of this agreement and in such case shall be entitled to receive in lieu thereof, at the time he becomes entitled to the vacation, the amount of vacation pay such employee would otherwise have received over and above the wages received for work performed during the vacation period.
89. lappuse - HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, COMMITTEE ON THE CIVIL SERVICE, Washington, DC The committee this day met at 10:30 am, Hon.
21. lappuse - Mr. Crawford. STATEMENT OF HON. FRED L. CRAWFORD, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF MICHIGAN Mr. CRAWFORD. Mr. Chairman and members of the committee...
180. lappuse - The wages of every mechanic and laborer employed on the project shall be computed on a basic day of 8 hours and a basic week of 40 hours and any work in excess of 8 hours per day or over 40 hours per week shall be compensated for at not less than one and one-half times the basic rate of said mechanic or laborer.
102. lappuse - Congress), as amended, shall be payable only on that part of an employee's basic compensation not in excess of $2,900 per annum, and each such employee shall be paid only such overtime compensation or portion thereof as will not cause his aggregate compensation to exceed a rate of $5,000 per annum...