Constellium loses benefits appeal

Constellium loses benefits appeal

There are 9 comments on the Charleston Daily Mail story from Feb 28, 2013, titled Constellium loses benefits appeal. In it, Charleston Daily Mail reports that:

A state appeals panel has upheld a labor board's decision to grant unemployment benefits to 609 Constellium workers who participated in a seven-week strike at the Ravenswood plant last summer.

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Now we know

Point Pleasant, WV

#1 Mar 1, 2013
No surprise!
Now we know

Point Pleasant, WV

#2 Mar 1, 2013
Glad to see the Union Workers will have a little more money in their pocket!! Ha Ha...Bacon!
Heather

Point Pleasant, WV

#3 Mar 1, 2013
Go Union!!!
bacon hater

Pittsburgh, PA

#4 Mar 2, 2013
Now we know wrote:
Glad to see the Union Workers will have a little more money in their pocket!! Ha Ha...Bacon!
Huh? I said three months ago that the company always loses the appeal. You must work at the plant. And those dipshits blew their unemployment money right after they took over copper security detail.
Yes it is me

Statts Mills, WV

#5 Mar 2, 2013
Maybe public employees should work out contracts with their employers every 2 years or so. If they don't get a raise or some other benefit increase such as retirement, they could strike and get unemployement as well. Let's see who should do this...police officers, state police, school teachers, bus drivers, principles, cooks, game wardens....the list could go on for ever. Since all these aluminum guys have all this money to pay taxes on, no doubt they would support this idea for their union brothers and sisters. Go Union!
mgmt

Point Pleasant, WV

#6 Mar 4, 2013
so funny....surprised mgmt hasn't run that place in the ground. Feel certain it's in their destiny!
fitness-guru

Norman, OK

#7 Mar 4, 2013
mgmt wrote:
so funny....surprised mgmt hasn't run that place in the ground. Feel certain it's in their destiny!
say what you want about management. they saved the plant for the jackrock and brick throwing thugs. they did a dam good job with just a few men and women. saved the plants existence if you ask me. you union folks sure do hate the brass. is it the authority you guys dislike ?
ctf

Statts Mills, WV

#8 Mar 4, 2013
Nope, it's not the authority that drives everyone against management. It is the brazen arrogance that the authority is delivered with. Lower management even hates upper management. Guess you would have to see it to understand.
santa clause

Pikeville, KY

#9 Mar 13, 2013
Yes it is me wrote:
Maybe public employees should work out contracts with their employers every 2 years or so. If they don't get a raise or some other benefit increase such as retirement, they could strike and get unemployement as well. Let's see who should do this...police officers, state police, school teachers, bus drivers, principles, cooks, game wardens....the list could go on for ever. Since all these aluminum guys have all this money to pay taxes on, no doubt they would support this idea for their union brothers and sisters. Go Union!
Grow some balls and fight the big corp. or whimper like a bitch and continue to believe your not worth much !!!

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