Longshoremen halt strike at Port of Baltimore
(Source: Journal of Commerce, October 18, 2013)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — International Longshoremen’s Association workers agreed Friday to return to work for 90 days while negotiators work on a local contract that triggered a three-day strike this week at the Port of Baltimore. The halt to the strike came after an arbitrator ruled that ILA Local 333’s walkout over a local contract violated the no-strike clause in the union’s coastwide master contract with United States Maritime Alliance.
Full story: Journal of Commerce
Monday, October 21, 2013
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