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May 13, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A nine-week strike involving 900 Lockheed machinists who service Air Force and Navy aircraft in Ontario, Chino and Upland came to an end as workers accepted a new three-year contract. The agreement, approved by 88% of voters, provides a 5% pay increase and $2,000 bonus in the first year of the contract. Smaller pay raises are included for subsequent years.
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May 13, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A nine-week strike involving 900 Lockheed machinists who service Air Force and Navy aircraft in Ontario, Chino and Upland came to an end as workers accepted a new three-year contract. The agreement, approved by 88% of voters, provides a 5% pay increase and $2,000 bonus in the first year of the contract. Smaller pay raises are included for subsequent years.
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NEWS
November 22, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Relief was the underlying sentiment as Boeing Co. management and workers geared up for production after a 48-day strike by 57,800 machinists, but analysts said it will take a long time for the world's largest airplane manufacturer to catch up with lost production. In a late night vote Monday, members of the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers approved by an 81.
NEWS
November 22, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Relief was the underlying sentiment as Boeing Co. management and workers geared up for production after a 48-day strike by 57,800 machinists, but analysts said it will take a long time for the world's largest airplane manufacturer to catch up with lost production. In a late night vote Monday, members of the International Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace Workers approved by an 81.
BUSINESS
March 10, 1989 | BARRY BEARAK, Times Staff Writer
Gosh, this was once a great place to work! Ed Bischoff was saying it, and Ed Bischoff would know. Twenty-two years with Eastern Airlines. The Wings of Man, they called it. And that's just what it was. "The company feeling was, you did the job right, you did it quick, you did it together," the stock clerk said. "Camaraderie is what we had. Unshakeable thing, that camaraderie. I'll miss that." Of course, the good old days are now good and gone.
NEWS
October 6, 1989 | TAMARA JONES, Times Staff Writer
SEATTLE-When the Boeing Co. took a nose dive 20 years ago, Seattle pretty much went with it. Some wag even erected a billboard on the outskirts of town, asking the last one leaving to please turn out the lights. But growing Pacific Rim trade, tourism and a steady stream of disgruntled Californians have helped the Puget Sound diversify in recent years. Now, the projected $25-million-a-week dent Boeing's current strike will put in the state's economy is being referred to as "just a blip."
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
Eastern Airlines management and Machinists union officials Wednesday discussed a mandatory overtime dispute that led to a walkout. Company spokesman Robin Matell said that there were two small, short-lived walkouts Wednesday morning by groups of Machinists workers but that operations were continuing normally. Up to 1,000 Machinists walked off the job Tuesday afternoon at Miami International Airport.
NEWS
October 6, 1989 | TAMARA JONES, Times Staff Writer
SEATTLE-When the Boeing Co. took a nose dive 20 years ago, Seattle pretty much went with it. Some wag even erected a billboard on the outskirts of town, asking the last one leaving to please turn out the lights. But growing Pacific Rim trade, tourism and a steady stream of disgruntled Californians have helped the Puget Sound diversify in recent years. Now, the projected $25-million-a-week dent Boeing's current strike will put in the state's economy is being referred to as "just a blip."
BUSINESS
March 10, 1989 | BARRY BEARAK, Times Staff Writer
Gosh, this was once a great place to work! Ed Bischoff was saying it, and Ed Bischoff would know. Twenty-two years with Eastern Airlines. The Wings of Man, they called it. And that's just what it was. "The company feeling was, you did the job right, you did it quick, you did it together," the stock clerk said. "Camaraderie is what we had. Unshakeable thing, that camaraderie. I'll miss that." Of course, the good old days are now good and gone.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
Eastern Airlines management and Machinists union officials Wednesday discussed a mandatory overtime dispute that led to a walkout. Company spokesman Robin Matell said that there were two small, short-lived walkouts Wednesday morning by groups of Machinists workers but that operations were continuing normally. Up to 1,000 Machinists walked off the job Tuesday afternoon at Miami International Airport.
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