Machinists at Hytek Finishes reject contract, authorize strike

Feb 26, 2013 Full story: Kent Reporter

Members of Machinists Union District Lodge 751 working for Hytek Finishes voted Saturday to reject a four-year contract offer and to authorize a strike.

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Anonymous

Puyallup, WA

#1 Feb 27, 2013
Once again due to the federal laws governing what an employer is and more importantly, isn't allowed to say, to defend the slanderous rhetoric that unions spew, the story becomes slanted one way. Unions reps are allowed to tell their members anything they wish whether or not there is any shred of truth, and the employees are duped into believing that they have nothing but their best intentions in mind. The truth is that the unions are only wanting more revenue for the union organizations and their managers "bosses". Once upon a time there was a need for unions to truly protect the rights of workers, but with today's labor laws in place, they have only become a burden on America.

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