Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Том 21

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Сторінка 289 - Loss of both hands, or both arms, or both feet, or both legs, or both eyes, or of any two thereof shall, in the absence of conclusive proof to the contrary, constitute permanent total disability. In all other cases permanent total disability shall be determined in accordance with the facts.
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Сторінка 468 - Board appointed to determine the lowest prices or rates of payment to be paid for wholly or partly preparing or manufacturing, either inside or outside a factory or work-room, the following articles, that is to say : — " Women's, girls', and infants...
Сторінка 519 - From eleven to twelve is the lunch period in most big establishments, and it is useless to try to see anybody at that time. My lunch in a cafeteria gives me a rest of fifteen or twenty minutes. Then I am back again on the sidewalk. The chase from building to building during the morning and the constant dodging of automobiles tire me. Is there a place where I can go to rest up?
Сторінка 633 - This minimum salary shall be computed as follows: each weekly pay day the minimum weekly rate set by this board shall be multiplied by ten, and if the total earnings of the employee during the ten-week period immediately preceding each weekly pay day do not equal that amount the difference shall be paid to her each week. " Rule II.— The minimum weekly rate set by the board governs the hourly rate that may be deducted under Rule I for voluntary absence. "Rule III.
Сторінка 548 - CONFECTIONERY INDUSTRY NUMBER OF WOMEN OVER 16 EMPLOYED DECEMBER 15, 1909 [United States Census of Manufactures, Vol. IX, Table II for each State] New York 5,679 Missouri 1,350 Massachusetts 4,410 Wisconsin 1,087 Pennsylvania 3,839 All other States 9,735 Illinois 2,645 Ohio 1,708 Total 30,453 same time the entire factory may close for a week or so, and in July this is still more likely to happen. Or perhaps the factory runs four or five days a week instead of the regular six. Many factories do not...
Сторінка 383 - M = median c = class interval of the class containing the median k = the lower limit of the class f = the number of items in the class i = the number of items up from the lower limit of the class at which the median item occurs. Then...
Сторінка 312 - ... over. Packers and wrappers, who constitute the bulk of female employees, usually receive from $5 to $7 ; while the great mass of male helpers range from $7 to $12, and the less skilled women, from $4.50 to $6.50. All these rates vary greatly in different lines of work, according to the kind of sendee demanded.
Сторінка 510 - ... possible during the dull season but reducing the rate of pay in place of " laying off " the employees. Both short time and a lower rate of pay reduced earnings in the case of a rose-maker in an artificial flower establishment, cited by Miss Van Kleeck. This girl " who earned $9 a week in the busy season was employed through the dull summer months, but she worked only three days a week with half pay, except for an occasional week when more orders were received. Even then she was paid $2 less than...
Сторінка 591 - Dressmakers are generally paid a flat weekly rate, so there is but little possibility of increasing their earnings by overtime work. Their nominal rate of pay is given as $5—$9 a week, but when allowance is made for the loss of from two to four months yearly, from a sixth to a quarter of their working time, their real weekly rate is lowered to from $4 to $8 instead. i" Irregularity of Employment of Women,

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