Wages and labour conditions in British engineering

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Macdonald & Evans, 1937 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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Contents

MAIN SECTIONS OF THE ENGINEERING
1
THE PRINCIPAL CLASSES OF ENGINEERING
15
ORGANISATION ON THE PART OF ENGINEER
35

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1907 Agreement 47 hours Agreement Agricultural Engineering Allied Employers alterations Amalgamated Engineering Union Amalgamated Society amount average earnings average full-time earnings average weekly earnings Bedaux Board of Trade bonus branches capstan Census changes chester District classes of engineering classes of workers Coppersmiths cost of living craft unions different classes district rates district time rates drillers duction during the War Electrical Electrical Engineering Electrical Trades Union employed employment engaged Engineering and Allied Engineering Employers engineering factories engineering industry engineering trades engineering workers engineering workpeople England and Wales Enquiry federated firms female labour female numbers female workers figures fitters and turners full-time earnings gamated included increase individual industrial unionism Joint Industrial Council July labour unions large number London United machine tools machine workers machine-men machinery machinists male workers Manchester District manu manufacture Marine Engineering Mechanical Engineers membership ment metal trades Milling machines millwrights Minister of Munitions Ministry of Labour motor Motor Vehicles moulders munitions National night-shift Northern Ireland number of females number of women numbers engaged obtained occupations operation organisation output overtime paid pattern-makers payment by results per week percentage piece rates piece-work piece-work earnings piece-work prices post-War period pre-War premium bonus principal principal branches production proportion rates of wages recognised recognised district reduced riveters Rowan system Royal Statistical Society sections semi-skilled machine semi-skilled workers shift-working shipbuilding Shop Steward Movement short-time skill required skilled workers special branches specialisation standard steel erectors Strikers Survey of London systems of payment Table time-wage time-workers tinsmiths tion total number trade unions Trades Union Congress turret lathe unemployment unionists United Kingdom unskilled wages rates War Cabinet weekly time rates women York Agreement

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