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December 16, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Edison Freezes All Non-Union Wages for 1995: In an attempt to cut costs, Southern California Edison Co. told employees in a letter from Chairman and Chief Executive John E. Bryson that non-union wages for clerical employees will be frozen through next year. The move affects about 9,600 of Edison's 17,800 workers. Also announced was an incentive program designed to give bonuses to the same group, ranging from 5% to 15% if performance goals are met.
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December 16, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Edison Freezes All Non-Union Wages for 1995: In an attempt to cut costs, Southern California Edison Co. told employees in a letter from Chairman and Chief Executive John E. Bryson that non-union wages for clerical employees will be frozen through next year. The move affects about 9,600 of Edison's 17,800 workers. Also announced was an incentive program designed to give bonuses to the same group, ranging from 5% to 15% if performance goals are met.
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June 26, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Columbia Gas to Freeze, Cut Some Salaries: Troubles continue at Columbia Gas System Inc., the troubled utility that serves 15 mid-Atlantic states. Effective next Monday, it will freeze some workers' salaries and cut others as much as 10% in a bid to save $6 million--a cost-cutting action that will affect 8,000 employees, the company said. The utility missed a $10-million short-term debt payment Monday, its second default in less than a week.
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June 26, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Columbia Gas to Freeze, Cut Some Salaries: Troubles continue at Columbia Gas System Inc., the troubled utility that serves 15 mid-Atlantic states. Effective next Monday, it will freeze some workers' salaries and cut others as much as 10% in a bid to save $6 million--a cost-cutting action that will affect 8,000 employees, the company said. The utility missed a $10-million short-term debt payment Monday, its second default in less than a week.
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June 13, 1991 | BOB BAKER, TIMES LABOR WRITER
For years, Southern California Gas Co.'s 470 customer service representatives--nearly all women who field phone calls in the office--had resented the fact that they were paid considerably less than the 1,100 appliance service representatives--nearly all men--who service those complaints in the field. This month, that changes.
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June 13, 1991 | BOB BAKER, TIMES LABOR WRITER
For years, Southern California Gas Co.'s 470 customer service representatives--nearly all women who field phone calls in the office--had resented the fact that they were paid considerably less than the 1,100 appliance service representatives--nearly all men--who service those complaints in the field. This month, that changes.
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