Base Wage

Some articles on wage, base wage, base:

Sears, Roebuck And Company - Corporate Affairs - Employee Relations
... One notable example was the shift in 1992 from an hourly wage based on longevity to a base wage (usually anywhere from $3.50 to $6 per hour) and commissions ranging from 1 ... This new base wage, often constituting a substantial (up to 40%) cut in pay, was done "to be successful in this highly competitive environment." In early October 2007 Sears cut commission rates for employees ... In 2011 commission rates on non base items were cut by 2% in the electronics department ...
Sears Catalog - Corporate Affairs - Employee Relations
... One notable example was the shift in 1992 from an hourly wage based on longevity to a base wage (usually anywhere from $3.50 to $6 per hour) and commissions ... This new base wage, often constituting a substantial (up to 40%) cut in pay, was done "to be successful in this highly competitive environment." In early October 2007 Sears cut commission rates for employees in select ... In 2011 commission rates on non base items were cut by 2% in the electronics department ...
Sears - Employee Relations
... One notable example was the shift in 1992 from an hourly wage based on longevity to a base wage (usually anywhere from $3.50 to $6 per hour) and commissions ranging ... This new base wage, often constituting a substantial (up to 40%) cut in pay, was done "to be successful in this highly competitive environment." In early October 2007 Sears ... In 2011 commission rates on non base items were cut by 2% in the electronics department ...

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