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Honeywell Has Invested $40 Million to Provide Job Security to 134 Union Members

Union leaders talks about job security; Honeywell has acted on it.

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Overview of Health Care Plan Included in the Company's Proposal

The company’s proposal on health care – one of the sticking points cited by the union – was already agreed to by the union under its last contract

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The Union Workforce Is One of the Highest-Paid Workforces in the Region

Union members earn nearly double the median hourly wage for the Southern Illinois/Western Kentucky region, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Metropolis Operates in a Difficult Industry Environment

The market and regulatory challenges facing the Metropolis operation are significant.

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    Recent News

    January 30, 2015 -- Letter to Employees

    This week, we held our closing meeting with inspectors from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for the fourth quarter, closing the books on the agency’s inspection program in Metropolis for 2014. Last year, the NRC conducted numerous inspections of our operations, totaling more than 2,000 man-hours. These inspections focused on everything from safety systems to waste management practices. The safe operation of this plant, for our employees and the community, is our top priority and the NRC inspections are a significant and integral part of our overall safety efforts.

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    January 12, 2015 -- Letter to Employees

    In December, we finished the year with a terrific month of production with no safety or environmental issues. During 2014, we achieved high productivity and our results reflect that strong effort. Thank you again for all your hard work last year and your continued efforts in support of Metropolis Works.

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    Honeywell Metropolis Works


    Download the company’s current contract offer

    • Guaranteed wage increases each year over 6 years
    • Reasonable parameters on subcontracting that would not result in any union layoffs
    • Consumer-driven health care plan that the union agreed to in the last contract

     

    Download the company’s July 31, 2014 offer that union leaders did not allow members to vote on.

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