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August 4, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking workers at PepsiCo Inc. bottling plants in Buena Park and three other Southern California cities will vote today on a company offer that would end their six-week strike. Union leaders say they will recommend that workers reject the offer because it does not provide adequate retirement and health benefits, but company officials said they expect workers to approve the proposal in a secret ballot. Neither side would reveal details of the offer.
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August 5, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Striking Pepsi Workers Reject Company Offer: In their first vote since walking out six weeks ago, drivers, warehouse loaders and bottlers at plants in Torrance, Baldwin Park, San Fernando and Buena Park rejected the company's proposal, Teamsters Union officials said, but they would not disclose specific results. No new talks have been scheduled. "We are very far apart in negotiations," said Michael Patton, benefit specialist for Teamsters Local 952.
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BUSINESS
August 5, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Striking Pepsi Workers Reject Company Offer: In their first vote since walking out six weeks ago, drivers, warehouse loaders and bottlers at plants in Torrance, Baldwin Park, San Fernando and Buena Park rejected the company's proposal, Teamsters Union officials said, but they would not disclose specific results. No new talks have been scheduled. "We are very far apart in negotiations," said Michael Patton, benefit specialist for Teamsters Local 952.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking PepsiCo Inc. workers at bottling plants in Buena Park and three other Southern California cities rejected the company's offer Friday in their first vote since walking out six weeks ago, Teamsters Union officials said. The striking drivers, warehouse loaders and bottlers overwhelmingly rejected the company's proposal, officials said, but they would not disclose specific results. Hundreds of workers have been on strike since June 21.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking PepsiCo Inc. workers at bottling plants in Buena Park and three other Southern California cities rejected the company's offer Friday in their first vote since walking out six weeks ago, Teamsters Union officials said. The striking drivers, warehouse loaders and bottlers overwhelmingly rejected the company's proposal, officials said, but they would not disclose specific results. Hundreds of workers have been on strike since June 21.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1995 | ROSS KERBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Workers at four PepsiCo Inc. bottling plants in Southern California walked out on strike Wednesday in a dispute over pension benefits, threatening the company's distribution plans for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Picketing began at the company-owned bottling plant in Buena Park and was scheduled to begin at sister plants in Baldwin Park, Torrance and San Fernando.
BUSINESS
August 4, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Striking workers at PepsiCo Inc. bottling plants in Buena Park and three other Southern California cities will vote today on a company offer that would end their six-week strike. Union leaders say they will recommend that workers reject the offer because it does not provide adequate retirement and health benefits, but company officials said they expect workers to approve the proposal in a secret ballot. Neither side would reveal details of the offer.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1995 | ROSS KERBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Workers at four PepsiCo Inc. bottling plants in Southern California walked out on strike Wednesday in a dispute over pension benefits, threatening the company's distribution plans for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Picketing began at the company-owned bottling plant in Buena Park and was scheduled to begin at sister plants in Baldwin Park, Torrance and San Fernando.
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