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March 20, 1997 | From Reuters
Boeing Co.'s engineers union said Wednesday that it has filed a charge of unfair labor practices over the aerospace giant's decision to merge its training unit into a new venture with FlightSafety International. The Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., which represents more than 23,000 workers at Seattle-based Boeing, said it filed a complaint asking the National Labor Relations Board to prevent Boeing from completing its deal until the legal issues are resolved.
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March 20, 1997 | From Reuters
Boeing Co.'s engineers union said Wednesday that it has filed a charge of unfair labor practices over the aerospace giant's decision to merge its training unit into a new venture with FlightSafety International. The Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., which represents more than 23,000 workers at Seattle-based Boeing, said it filed a complaint asking the National Labor Relations Board to prevent Boeing from completing its deal until the legal issues are resolved.
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October 12, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Boeing, Engineers Set to Talk: Contract negotiations between Boeing Co. and the union representing its 28,000 engineers, scientists and technical employees will begin today, union spokesmen said. The current three-year contract between Boeing and the union, the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., or SPEEA, is due to expire at midnight Dec. 1.
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January 19, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
One-Day Strike Called at Boeing: Boeing Co.'s second-largest union has decided to go ahead with a one-day strike today to protest what it says is the company's refusal to negotiate a contract. The Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn. represents about 55% of Boeing's 28,000 engineers and technicians, who have been working since Dec. 1 without a contract. The union says its members should get the same terms as those Boeing gave to its machinists earlier last year.
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January 19, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
One-Day Strike Called at Boeing: Boeing Co.'s second-largest union has decided to go ahead with a one-day strike today to protest what it says is the company's refusal to negotiate a contract. The Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn. represents about 55% of Boeing's 28,000 engineers and technicians, who have been working since Dec. 1 without a contract. The union says its members should get the same terms as those Boeing gave to its machinists earlier last year.
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December 11, 1989 | from Associated Press
Boeing Co. scientists, engineers and technical workers are considering contract offers that are smaller than those that production workers won recently. Ballots to vote on the proposed contracts were mailed to 17,593 members of the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., with a vote count scheduled for Dec. 18. Meanwhile, Boeing Helicopters union workers on Sunday ratified a contract similar to the one accepted by the International Assn.
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October 12, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Boeing, Engineers Set to Talk: Contract negotiations between Boeing Co. and the union representing its 28,000 engineers, scientists and technical employees will begin today, union spokesmen said. The current three-year contract between Boeing and the union, the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., or SPEEA, is due to expire at midnight Dec. 1.
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December 11, 1989 | from Associated Press
Boeing Co. scientists, engineers and technical workers are considering contract offers that are smaller than those that production workers won recently. Ballots to vote on the proposed contracts were mailed to 17,593 members of the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Assn., with a vote count scheduled for Dec. 18. Meanwhile, Boeing Helicopters union workers on Sunday ratified a contract similar to the one accepted by the International Assn.
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