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Rubber Unions Increase Demands on Tire Manufacturers

Member unions of the Japanese Rubber Workers Union Confederation (JRC) have submitted their wage demands at the group’s annual spring labor offensive, directing most of their efforts toward large rubber companies. Looking specifically at the per-company wage demands for 35-year-old workers in the tire industry, unions are demanding a 5,600 yen ($52.70) increase from Bridgestone Corp. (TYO:5108), a 5,500 yen...

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Japan Rubber Workers Union Confederation Successfully Negotiates Wage Increase

The Japanese Rubber Workers Union Confederation (JRWUC), comprising 58 member unions from the rubber industry, announced the results of its 2017 spring labor offensive negotiations to improve living standards for its membership. All 58 unions reached an agreement regarding the wages negotiated during the spring labor offensive and 53 unions reached an agreement regarding the negotiated lump sum payments for...

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Rubber Unions Agree to Average Wage Increase of 5,150 Yen

Member unions of the Japan Rubber Workers Union Confederation (JRWUC) and major rubber manufacturers have reached agreements following the 2017 spring labor offensive regarding wages and lump sum payments. Out of a total of 58 member unions, 45 of 51 unions that submitted demands for higher wages have reached agreements, while 38 of the 46 unions that submitted demands in...

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Japan Rubber Workers Union Confederation Negotiates Average Wage Increase of 5,243 Yen

The Japanese Rubber Workers Union Confederation (JRWUC) has disclosed settlement results from the 2017 spring labor offensive negotiations regarding monthly wage and annual bonus demands to major rubber companies. Forty-nine of the JRWUC’s 58 member unions submitted demands to the companies of the unions’ respective labor forces, from which 21 unions have reached agreements. Forty-five of these member unions submitted...

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