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  • Collective Bargaining , iMail , Midwest , News May 9, 2017

    Higher Pay, Pension Top New Crown Cork & Seal Union Contract

    IAM members at Crown Cork & Seal, a beverage and food packaging company with locations throughout the U.S., have approved a new three-year master agreement across four states.

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  • Collective Bargaining September 21, 2016

    Your Right to Coordinated Bargaining

    Master Agreements vs. Local Contracts   Separate local unions (whether or not affiliated with the same international) having contracts with the same employer or group of employers have several options in bargaining. Among them are: (1) They can bargain separately, thus making it easier for the employer to play one off against the other; or

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  • Collective Bargaining September 21, 2016

    The 10 Concepts of Collective Bargaining

    Improve collective bargaining training at the Winpisinger technology Center to be the best available. Coordinate strategy for bargaining on national contracts (industry-wide). Coordinate with other AFL-CIO unions to establish collective bargaining strategies. Improve performance and results at bargaining table. Establish mechanism to provide feedback to Department on performance. Become more offensive at the bargaining table.

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  • Collective Bargaining September 21, 2016

    Coordinated Contracts and National Agreements

    Armstrong World Industries Cytec Industries        Crown Cork & Seal General Electric Harley-Davidson Motor Company Interstate Brands Corporation Osram Sylvania Lighting Rexam Beverage Container Servisair/Globe Ground Trane The Collective Bargaining Department also represents IAM members across the United States employed under agreements administered by the Metal Trades Department of the AFL-CIO. The Collective Bargaining Department provides

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  • Collective Bargaining September 21, 2016

    Reciprocal Transfer Agreements

    Reciprocal Transfer agreements permit members of one union to transfer to another union when changing their work jurisdiction without payment of a new initiation fee. Those unions signatory to the reciprocal agreement are:  United Automobile and Agricultural Worker of America February 15, 1957 United Cement, Lime & Gypsum Workers International Union March 4, 1957  United

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