His first job was a pay clerk
at Guest Keen and Baldwin's Steelworks, Port Talbot.
In 1995, the company were ordered to pay clerk
Peggy Zimzey in Jefferson City, Missouri, pounds 35million after she brought a sexual harassment lawsuit against male bosses.
He learned elementary shorthand and typing and gained five O-levels before taking up a job in the colliery office as a pay clerk
. Yet within a year he had secured a job as a reporter on the weekly Blaydon Courier.
He was a pay clerk
in the pay office for Dorman Long aged 38 when the college was opened.
AN army pay clerk
stole pounds 100,000 and hid it in plant pots outside his Northern Ireland home, a court heard yesterday.
In 1962 I was appointed as pay clerk
to Newcastle City Police.
In 1937, the young Harry Secombe left Swansea's Dynevor School to become a pay clerk
with Baldwins in Swansea.
1812: Birth of English novelist Charles Dickens: One of the best-known writers of all time, Dickens was born in Landport, Hampshire, the son of a naval pay clerk
, John Dickens.
In 1955 I met my future wife, Dorothy Robson, who was a pay clerk
at Billingham Press, and we married in 1958.
And Victorian novelist Charles Dickens was also a frequent visitor to the yard as a child, meeting his father John, who worked as a pay clerk
in the offices from 1817 to 1822.
If you had been penalised, I feel sure the appeals procedure would have let you off.MUM'S RIGHT TO SUEQMY DAUGHTER has worked as a pay clerk
for 16 years for the same company.