Boeing Risks a Strike in SPEEA Negotiations

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  • Report this Comment On December 10, 2012, at 10:37 AM, oregonhunt wrote:

    The Boeing management team has changed. They seem to headed in the same direction as in 2000, the last time SPEEA struck. I was a SPEEA memeber then and participated in the strike. Not sure why such a simple premis as treating people equally seems to escape the Boeing management team time after time. Boeing gave the IAM a very nice contract, no take aways and plenty of reason to vote the contract in.(nice signing bonus too) Where as Boeing gave SPEEA a negative contract, full of take away's (getting rid of the retirement for new hires etc). Some so hidden away it took a calculator to find them. The SPEEA folks are intelligent and educated enough to see where they are not being treated equally. Why is it so darn hard for Boeing to get that? They will strike if this doesn't stop and Boeing come their senses.

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