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July 13, 2002 | NANCY CLEELAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a blow to organized labor, Boeing Co. engineers in Southern California voted Friday to kick out their union after years of bitter internal feuding. The decertification shuts down the small 56-year-old Southern California Professional Engineering Assn., which represented about 4,300 engineers at Boeing facilities in Huntington Beach, Long Beach and satellite locations. "The union is no longer in existence and the contract is void," said the union's chairman, B.T. Klein, an electrical engineer.
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July 13, 2002 | NANCY CLEELAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a blow to organized labor, Boeing Co. engineers in Southern California voted Friday to kick out their union after years of bitter internal feuding. The decertification shuts down the small 56-year-old Southern California Professional Engineering Assn., which represented about 4,300 engineers at Boeing facilities in Huntington Beach, Long Beach and satellite locations. "The union is no longer in existence and the contract is void," said the union's chairman, B.T. Klein, an electrical engineer.
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