NEW YORK — Over 200 lawyers and support workers who represent low-income New Yorkers have walked off the job in a contract dispute. The strike by the Legal Services NYC employees began Wednesday. They serve about 450,000 people. The organization ...Read More »
Striking Mott’s plant workers OK new contract
A nearly four-month-long strike at a Mott’s apple juice plant in western New York has been settled by a new labor contract between Texas-based owner Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. and a union representing about 300 workers.
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Negotiations should resume in Mott’s strike
Stuart Appelbaum, president of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, has accepted U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis’s call that the union and Dr Pepper Snapple Group resume negotiations immediately to end a strike at the Mott’s plant in Williamson, Wayne County.
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NY leaders push to get Mott’s owners to settle
New York’s two U.S. senators and several U.S. House representatives are urging Dr Pepper Snapple Group, owners of the Wayne County Mott’s plant, to resume negotiations with the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union ...
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Mott’s owners urged to return to bargaining table
Sen. John L. Sampson, D-Brooklyn, majority conference leader of the state Senate, is urging Mott’s parent company to return to the bargaining table as quickly as possible to settle a strike with the Wayne County plant.Read More »
Texas delegates: Return to bargaining table
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union released a letter Tuesday from members of the Texas Congressional Delegation to the CEO of Dr Pepper Snapple Group, expressing concerns over the ongoing Mott’s strike in Williamson, Wayne County.
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Mott’s workers go on strike
WILLIAMSON — About 300 workers at a Mott’s apple juice plant in Western New York have gone on strike over proposed wage and benefit reductions.Read More »