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  • iMail , News August 31, 2010

    IAM Files Labor Board Charges Against Pratt

    Connecticut District 26 filed Unfair Labor Practice charges this week with the National Labor Relations Board over a decision by Pratt & Whitney to lay off 38 workers from the Cheshire overhaul and repair facility. The cuts by Pratt & Whitney are being carried out even while workers are asked to work extra over-time hours

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  • iMail , News July 8, 2010

    Appeals Court Upholds Decision Against Pratt & Whitney

    The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lawsuit brought by IAM District 26 against United Technologies Corporation (UTC), parent company of Pratt & Whitney. The court upheld a U.S. District Court’s injunction that barred Pratt from closing plants in Cheshire and East Hartford, CT. The unanimous 23-page decision from the three-judge appeals panel

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  • iMail , News April 15, 2010

    UTC Shareholders Vote on CEO Pay Proposal

    IAM representatives at the UTC shareholder meeting included (left to right) Tony Walter, Vice President, Local 743, David White, Assistant Director, Strategic Resources Dept. and Mark Hebert, President of Local 743. IAM representatives attended the annual shareholder meeting for United Technologies Corporation (UTC) in Indianapolis, IN, this week and actively supported a proposal to give

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  • iMail , News April 8, 2010

    Machinists Challenge Executive Compensation at UTC

    The IAM is supporting a proposal calling for a shareholder vote on runaway executive compensation at United Technologies Corporation (UTC). The proposal, submitted by the AFL-CIO Reserve Fund, will be presented during the UTC annual shareholder meeting in Indianapolis, IN, and reflects deepening public concern about executive compensation practices. “Year after year, corporate boards continue

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  • iMail , News December 10, 2009

    Connecticut Members Ratify New Contract at UTC Power

    Machinist Local 1746 members at UTC Power in South Windsor, CT, overwhelmingly approved a new collective bargaining agreement covering wages, benefits and other working conditions for 150 hourly workers who manufacture fuel cells. The three-year agreement includes annual raises of 2.5 percent, a $1,000 signing bonus, continued Cost of Living Adjustments and increased pension and

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