Date set to hear Constellium appeal about unemployment benefits
The state Unemployment Compensation Board of Review has set Feb. 13 for a hearing on Constellium's appeal of a ruling that awarded up to $1.5 million in unemployment compensation benefits to workers who went on strike last summer.
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#1 Jan 10, 2013
Constellium would be better served to leave well enough alone. Morale inside the plant has improved greatly from just a couple months ago. How much is this worth? Nullify the unemployment benefits and find out for yourselves.
#2 Jan 14, 2013
Agree completely. Management thinks they have gained the upper hand by pillaging the factory while the union was on strike. Hourly personnel are indifferent to the child-like behavior, it was expected and discussed in depth on the picket lines. There will never be a healthy union-company relationship as long as the current "Leadership Team", as they like to call themselves, are still in place.
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