After seven months of negotiations that grew so bitter federal mediators had to intercede, Boeing’s engineers have agreed to accept the company’s four-year contract offer, although its technical workers voted to reject their offer and authorize a strike. Engineers and technical workers are both represented by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (Speea) Local 2001, and they have separate contracts. The split decision does not automatically mean a strike. Any ...
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