Colleen Burke, ETC Local 1998 President, 647-883-2678, firstname.lastname@example.orgMarty Warren, etc. Ontario Director, 416-243-8792 Omero Landi, ETC Area Coordinator, Toronto, 416-977-7274, ext. 224, email@example.comBob Gallagher, ETC Communications, 416-544-5966, 416-434-2221, firstname.lastname@example.org Ameritech Corporation, Illinois Bell Telephone Company, Ameritech New Media, Inc., Ameritech Network Services, Ameritech Consumer Services, Ameritech Custom Business Services, Ameritech Enhanced Business Services, Ameritech Information Industry Services, Ameritech Long Distance Industry Services, Ameritech Pay Phone Services and Ameritech Small Business Services and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Locals 165, 188, 336, 3 83, and 39 (1998) Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District Bi-State Development Agency and Division 788, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), AFL-CIO (1998) (MOA) The agreement provides for wage increases of 6.5%, several improvements in the language of the contract, key issues such as job security and improved employment security provisions severance pay and pre-retirement leave. Mr. Inging. The Master Builders` Association of Western Pennsylvania, Inc. and The Master Interior Contractors` Association of Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Western Pennsylvania Regional District Council of Carpenters of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC), AFL-CIO (1998) Santa Clara Valley Contractors, North California Mechanical Contractors Association, Greater Bay Area Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors, Industrial Contractors – UMIC, Inc. and United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the Plumbing and Pipe Industry of the United States and Canada (PPF), AFL-CIO, Local 393 (1998) “The negotiation process has been very ambitious, but our bargaining committee has been stimulated by the tremendous support of our members,” said Burke. Before a preliminary agreement with the university last week, union members would have voted 94 percent in favor of a strike mandate, she noted. The collective agreement provides for a 2.5% increase in wages this year, followed by a 2% increase over the next two years. This year`s wage increase implies a wage adjustment of 0.7% retroactive to July 1 to compensate for an increase in employee pension contributions. “This is an uncompromising agreement that makes significant gains in both monetary and non-monetary areas,” USW Local President Colleen Burke said in 1998. “This collective agreement represents a major achievement for these employees who have faced a government-led austerity agenda and the demand for concessions,” said Marty Warren.
Detroit, City of and Teamsters State, County – Municipal Workers, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), Local 214 (1998) Detroit, City of and Detroit Police Lieutenants – Sergeants Association, Inc. (1998) Globe Newspaper Company and Boston Globe Employees Association, TNG-CWA Local 31245 (1998) For more information on other collective agreements, see our Guide, Labor Unions and the Internet, Collective Trade Agreements>. Master Builders Association of Western Pennsylvania (Laborers Agreement) and Laborers International Union of America (LIUNA), District Council of Western Pennsylvania, Local 286, et al. (1998) “I congratulate the members of ETC Local in 1998 for their solidarity in addressing these challenges directly and achieving real gains in their lives and lives.” Union Camp Corporation Fine Paper Division and United Paperworkers International Union (UPIU) Locals 505 and 1488, and National Conference of Firemen and Oilers Local 176 (1998) Beginning in 1947, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) acted under the mandate of the Taft-Hartley Actley, also known as the Laboratory Management Relations Act, to request collective agreements and make them available in a public file.