Even though it's not a negotiating period, Boeing told the union that members have to vote Wednesday on an eight-year contract extension that includes higher health insurance costs and a pension freeze. Boeing says if they don't pass it, the company may build the next version of its wide-body 777 jet elsewhere.
Machinist Contract Vote Could Lock-In Work On Boeing's 777
By editor • Nov 13, 2013
Originally published on November 13, 2013 7:06 am