Updates

Their was an extension of the deadline for the vaccine mandate announced last week, so the Coordinated Bargaining Committee of each International Union representing GE workers went back to the tabl

*updated 11/2/21, their was a typo on point 3, the date was meant to say December 31st not December 21st. 

The CBC just wrapped up bargaining the effects of the vaccine mandate E.O.  Posted here is the letter from the CBC and the Memorandum of Understanding between the CBC and GE.

Decision Bargaining Results in Reduced Impact of TOW
Vote Yes on the Tentative Agreement June 15th to Keep Our Work in Lynn

GE CEO pay knocked down, workers have their say:

On heels of worker dissent and protests, shareholders vote down GE CEO Larry Culp’s pay package

BOSTON, MASS. - On the morning of Tuesday, May 4, General Electric employees staged a protest at the front door of the GE headquarters in Boston. Workers gathered in the rain with stickers, signs, and banners decrying what was slated to be a $47 million bonus for current GE CEO Larry Culp

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General Electric: Do Short Term Strategies
Create Long Term Risks?

Friday, April 30, 2021

From 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM EDT

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Keynote Speaker: Senator Tammy Baldwin, WI

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Union workers and community supporters step up efforts to spur GE to invest more in Lynn

Local leaders worry that GE is shipping work overseas to save money

COALITION LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO CONVINCE GE TO REINVEST IN LYNN

https://www.itemlive.com/2021/04/05/coalition-launches-campaign-to-convince-ge-to-reinvest-in-lynn/

BY GUTHRIE SCRIMGEOUR, Lynn Daily Item, April 5, 2021

LYNN — Dozens of signs have been popping up in the windows of local businesses throughout the city reading: “GE Lynn: Love Us, Don’t Leave Us!”