The punch that Boeing’s engineers have been telegraphing with tough talk for weeks landed Monday when they rejected the company’s four-year contract offer by a 96% majority. Contract talks between the company’s six-member negotiating team and the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (Speea) resumed yesterday in Seattle. “We hope the vote results clear away the nonsense and allow us to begin substantive negotiations,” says Speea Executive Director Ray Goforth. ...
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