Publication: Crockery & Glass Journal
New York, NY, United States
"A PLEASURE TO WORK FOR SUCH PEOPLE."
EMPLOYEES of the H. C. Fry Glass Co. and the Beaver Valley Glass Co., Rochester, Pa., were given a most agreeable and substantial surprise when presented with checks for two weeks wages, cover a period when factories had been idle for the purpose of stocktaking and making repairs. Commenting on the matter, the Beaver "Times" says: "The employees in the factory department of both plants had been idle during a two weeks' shutdown. However, it was not a case with them of 'no work, no pay.' Every employee in the above-named department received a check for two weeks' wages. Those in other departments were given one weeks' wages extra pay in addition to their regular wages. Several of the employees declared: 'It is a real pleasure to work for such people.' About 500 hands are employed in the twin industries."
|Keywords:||H. C. Fry Glass Company|
|Date completed:||June 4, 2008 by: Bob Stahr;|