“When we first went to the bargaining table, contractors offered us a 15-cent raise,” union bargaining team member Sandy Hinson said. “Our work is worth more than 15 cents, so we fought hard for a better deal. In the end we won a contract that gives us nearly double the raises contractors offered us in the first place.”
“When we first went to the bargaining table, contractors offered us a 15-cent raise,” union bargaining team member Sandy Hinson said. “Our work is worth more than 15 cents, so we fought hard for a better deal. In the end we won a contract that gives us nearly double the raises contractors offered us in the first place.” Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
“When we first went to the bargaining table, contractors offered us a 15-cent raise,” union bargaining team member Sandy Hinson said. “Our work is worth more than 15 cents, so we fought hard for a better deal. In the end we won a contract that gives us nearly double the raises contractors offered us in the first place.” Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

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