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Tyson Foods increases pay at chicken plants

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SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods Inc. is increasing hourly pay at most of its U.S. chicken plants, company officials reported Oct. 23. The move is an effort to boost employee recruiting and retention, the company said.

The pay increase, effective Nov. 1, affects hourly production, maintenance and refrigeration workers at 51 of the company’s chicken plants. This includes raising the starting pay for production workers at almost 40 plants to at least $10 an hour. The starting rate at some facilities had previously been in the $8 to $9 range.

This change in the starting rate, along with other. . .

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