GE concludes negotiations with unions on new 4-year collective bargaining agreement


GE and the Coordinated Bargaining Committee of GE unions have reached an agreement on a new proposed four-year collective bargaining agreement.

According to GE, the proposed agreement includes improvements in wages, health care, retirement income benefits, and job and income security.

The proposal is now subject to a review and vote by IUE-CVW delegates and by members of GE’s other CBC unions. The ratification vote is scheduled for July 3, 2019.

IUE-CWA President Carl Kennebrew and IUE-CWA GE Conference Board Chairman Jerry Carney say they recommend approval of the agreement by the IUE-CWA delegates. 

The CBC represents approximately 6,600 GE employees in 11 different GE unions.

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