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Libbey Glass union workers set to vote on latest contract offer

Libbey Glass workers at the plant in Shreveport will vote this week on the company’s recent contract offer, which was negotiated between union representatives and the company last week.

Section: News Date: 2015-02-04 Personnel & industrial relations

Fuyao ready for hiring efforts

Fuyao has announced that it is starting up its hiring process this week, looking for salary and production workers. A total of 430 workers will be chosen for the company’s Moraine plant.

Section: News Date: 2014-12-11 Company news

Pilkington: unions warn of action due to pension scheme changes

A major trade union in the UK has warned Pilkington that 9 out of 10 staff … “are furious” … and … “want a strike ballot” …, due to changes to their company pension.

Section: News Date: 2013-03-05 Personnel & industrial relations

O-I partners with University of Toledo to advance R&D

O-I recently signed an agreement with the University of Toledo which regards supporting research at O-I's new R&D Innovation Center. The centre will produce sample glass containers using new...

Section: News Date: 2013-02-27 Research and development

Saint-Gobain Spain proposes salary freeze

In a first meeting with unions on 5 February 2009, managers at Saint-Gobain in Spain proposed the renewal of the collective contract for a period of two years without wage increases, although it...

Section: News Date: 2009-02-10 Events

Owens Corning to pay CEO USD 950,000 salary

Owens Corning said 7 December 2007 that it will pay Mike Thaman an annual base salary of USD 950,000 to assume the primary executive responsibility for the company as chairman, president and chief...

Section: News Date: 2007-12-14 Company financial news

Saint-Gobain de Montblanc: workers begin one-hour strikes

Workers at the Saint-Gobain de Montblanc plant in Tarragona (north-east Spain) began an indefinite round of one-hour per shift stoppages aimed at obtaining salary improvements, unions at the...

Section: News Date: 2005-10-24 Events

KHG settles unpaid salaries

Hungarian glass manufacturer KHG Kft. in Nagykanizsa, southwestern Hungary, has settled HUF 55 million (USD 267,000/EUR 221,000) of employee salary arrears covering four months, it was reported on 16...

Section: News Date: 2005-06-23 Mergers, acquisitions & disposals

Oneida: ex-CEO keeps salary and bonus through 2006

Financially troubled tableware company Oneida Ltd. will continue to pay outgoing president and CEO Peter J. Kallet his USD 300,000 base salary over the next two years, according to a company filing...

Section: News Date: 2005-04-08 Mergers, acquisitions & disposals

PGI workers protest at pay adjustments

Workers at PG Industries (PGI) in Zimbabwe halted worked briefly at the end of September 2004 in protest at delayed salary adjustments, which were sanctioned by the National Employment Council...

Section: News Date: 2004-10-14 Events

Oneida executives take salary cuts

In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on 14 September 2004, Oneida Ltd. reported that CEO Peter J. Kallet and three other executives took pay cuts in summer 2004. At the same...

Section: News Date: 2004-09-24 Company financial news

Denizli Cam signs salary deal

Turkish handmade glassware maker Denizli Cam signed a collective labour agreement with labour union Cimse-Is Sendikasi on 5 July 2004 to raise employee salaries by an average 13%. Denizli Cam...

Section: News Date: 2004-07-13 Sector trends

Dartington Crystal to end final salary pension scheme

Dartington Crystal is to wind up its final salary pension scheme for employees. The move is the latest cost-cutting measure after a turbulent year in which sales faced a "challenging time." However,...

Section: News Date: 2004-01-23 Sector trends

Wacker tries salary cuts

German chemical company Wacker-Chemie is in talks over temporary pay reductions of up to 10% with around 13,500 employees, 77% of its workforce, because of falling profit margins in the silicon wafer...

Section: News Date: 2001-09-13 Sector trends

Anadolu Cam workers walk out over pay talks

The employees of Turkish glass products manufacturer Anadolu Cam have decided to go on strike after Kristal Is trade union and the company management failed to reach an agreement on salary increases....

Section: News Date: 2001-04-27 Sector trends

Cristalleries de Baccarat strike and losses hurt ``95

After management gave in to staff demands for a larger 13th month salary, the staff of the French-based Cristalleries de Baccarat, on strike since 31 October 1995, returned to work on 4 November...

Section: News Date: 1996-11-14 Sector trends
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