Aug 29, 2005
Swift plant hikes wages Employees at Hyrum-based meat packing plant, E.A. Miller, will soon see more money in their paychecks thanks to a recent announcement by the plant’s parent company to hike wages. Officials with Swift and Company announced Aug. 19 a 21-percent hike in starting wages, in an effort to restaff key areas following the reopening of the U.S.-Canada border to calves 30 months of age and younger. New employees will make $10 an hour, up from $8.25...

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