Atomic Projects and Production Workers Metal Trades Council, which includes IAM members employed by Honeywell at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM, soundly rejected the last, best, and final contract offer and voted to authorize a strike. Read: Both sides in Sandia negotiations weigh in on possible strike outcome
“At Sandia National Laboratory we have had many honest disagreements before, but never has a company come here and failed to bargain in good faith,” said Atomic Projects and Production Workers Metal Trades Council President Charles Carroll.
“The officers and members of the Atomic Projects and Production Workers Metal Trades Council remains steadfast in its commitment to protect the health, safety and standard of living of all Sandian working families and stands ready to explore all available avenues and exercise all options necessary to resolve this unfortunate dispute.”
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