Boeing defense workers prepare to strike after rejecting labor deal (NYSE:BA)

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Nearly 2,500 members of a union representing three Boeings (NYSE:father) Defense plants in the St. Louis voted on Sunday to reject the company’s contract offer and plans to strike starting August 1.

Worker at three factories in Missouri and Mascoutah, Illinois, building military aircraft including the F-15, F-18, T-7A trainer and MQ-25 unmanned aerial vehicle.

The International Association of Aerospace Workers and Machinery Workers’ Union, District 837 said the company had previously taken members’ pensions and did not fairly compensate for its 401(k) plans. surname.

Strike vote may foreshadow difficult negotiations for Boeing (father) in the next round of contract negotiations for the union’s much larger team at the company’s Seattle commercial aircraft operations, which have ~30,000 workers in a separate bargaining unit.

Boeing (father), will announce Q2 earnings on July 27. reported a loss of $1.2 billion in Q1.

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