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WAGE INCREASES IN WALES.

23rd December 1938
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AS the result of an agreement, arrived at with the Transport and General Workers' Union, at Swansea, six companies, operating in South Wales, have given hundreds of their employees better wages. The agreement provides for increases in basic wages, graduating from 2s. to .19s. a week, and th6se operate retrospectively from August 1. In view of this, some men will receive back pay amounting, in some cases, to £20. Provision is made also for extended holidays with pay, improved working conditions, increased pay for private-hire work, and extra rates for Bank Holidays. The bus companies concerned are the Vanguard Services, Ltd., Western Welsh Express Services, Ltd., Neath Omnibus Co., Ltd., Bluebird Services, Ltd., and Basset Enterprise, Ltd.


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