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Official: Despite Opposition, Deal Between thyssenkrupp Management, Labor Over Tata Merger Is Attainable

04 Oct 2017 - The premier of thyssenkrupp’s home state, North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany, said he believes a deal between the company and its union employees could be reached over the proposed combination of its steel unit with Tata Steel, according to the Reuters news service.

TimkenSteel, United Steelworkers Shake Hands on Labor Agreement

03 Oct 2017 - TimkenSteel Corp. and the United Steelworkers union have reached a tentative, four-year labor agreement that provides wage increases and improvements to worker health and safety. 

Steelworkers Approve New Labor Deal With EVRAZ North America

29 Sep 2017 - Members of the United Steelworkers union have ratified a five-year labor agreement with EVRAZ North America’s Pueblo, Colo., USA, plant. 

USW Again Calls On Trump to Impose Steel Tariffs

25 Sep 2017 - Citing ArcelorMittal’s decision to halt plate rolling at its Conshohocken, Pa., USA, plant, the United Steelworkers union is issuing a new call to the Trump administration to complete its national security review of steel imports. 

Regulators Approve Tata Steel Pension Plan Divorce

11 Sep 2017 - U.K. officials have approved Tata Steel Europe’s plant to separate itself from its GBP15 billion British Steel pension plan, the steelmaker has announced. 

EVRAZ North America, Union Reach Labor Agreement

08 Sep 2017 - EVRAZ North America and unionized workers at its Regina, Sask., steel mill and its Calgary, Alta., welded tube mill have reached a tentative labor agreement, averting a strike that was set to begin Friday. 

United Steelworkers Prepare to Strike EVRAZ plant

06 Sep 2017 - Unionized workers at EVRAZ North America’s Regina, Sask., Canada, mill said they are prepared to walk off the job this week if they can’t come to terms on a new labor agreement. 

California Wants to Rebrand Vocational Education — And Make It Better

01 Sep 2017 - In the U.S., workers with technical skills are in high demand, but in low numbers. 

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