Sikorsky plans to move operations out of state during strike

Helicopter maker Sikorsky has plans to move its operations out of state and hire temporary workers as a strike continues in its third week. Teamsters have been picketing against Sikorsky, but the company

News 12 Staff

Mar 10, 2006, 5:26 PM

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Sikorsky plans to move operations out of state during strike
Helicopter maker Sikorsky has plans to move its operations out of state and hire temporary workers as a strike continues in its third week. Teamsters have been picketing against Sikorsky, but the company remains firm on the issue of increasing employees? payments for health insurance. Sikorsky also said it is prepared to hire replacement workers if necessary.A union spokesman called the threat a scare tactic and said strikers will not budge in their resolve. Union workers say they are not rattled and will forge on with their fight.
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