The Grand Forks Herald reports the union representing 1,300 workers from around the Red River Valley plans to bring new proposals to the table in an attempt to end the lockout that has lasted for more than 70 days.
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The mediation session set for October 24th has workers hopeful a new labor agreement could be on the horizon. 1,300 workers in the Red River Valley have been locked out since August 1st and it's been nearly two months since the last round of talks.
Sugar workers overwhelmingly reject American Crystal offer
Union leaders say 90 percent of members who cast ballots voted against the company's latest offer. The rejection means 1,300 workers are heading into the fourth month of their lockout.
Sugar workers will bring new proposal to June talks with American Crystal
A union official says there won't be mass concessions but there will be new proposals when locked out workers site down for mediated talks with American Crystal Sugar on June eighth. The two sides have not spoken since February. The lockout of 1,300 workers began last August.
AFL-CIO leader vows support, pledges aid for Crystal Sugar workers
President of AFL-CIO Richard Trumka promises to send $25,000 to the 1,300 union members as the labor movement escalates its campaign to end the nearly year-long lockout. Trumka said “nothing is off the table."
Crystal Sugar workers will vote on same offer that produced lockout
American Crystal Sugar is adamant that it will not change its contract offer to 1,300 union workers. Some of the employees who have been locked out for nearly 11 months are now interested in voting again on the offer they've spurned in the past. Union leaders have scheduled a vote for June 23.
Crystal Sugar CEO will not attend union meeting
American Crystal Sugar Co. officials say the company's chief executive officer will not be attending a proposed meeting with locked-out union workers, the Associated Press reports. The union has invited Crystal Sugar CEO Dave Berg to an Aug. 16 gathering that union negotiator Steven Bertelli described as an "informative, constructive discussion that could contribute to productive negotiations."
Locked-out sugar workers ready to vote on American Crystal's latest offer
Union leaders have said the company's offer is not very different from the one workers rejected at the start of the lockout three months ago. But some financially-squeezed workers plan to vote to accept it.
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