GE-Unions Negotiations Overview–for 2019-2023 Tentative Contract
Ratification Vote Coming up–By July 3rd, 2019
Revised: Union Negotiations Update with Paul Lalli, June 24, 2019
We’re excited to announce that GE and the Coordinated Bargaining Committee (CBC) concluded negotiations with a new proposed 4-year collective bargaining agreement by the Company.
Paul Lalli, head of labor negotiations for GE, had this to say:
“We have achieved our goal of creating a fair deal that provides good wages and meaningful benefits for our employees while addressing the unique challenge we face today to return GE to a position of strength. The new contract is endorsed by union leadership and creates a path forward for both employees and the company to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive world.”
IUE-CWA President Carl Kennebrew and IUE-CWA GE Conference Board Chairman Jerry Carney are recommending approval of the agreement by the IUE-CWA delegates. Also, the other CBC unions have approved sending the proposed agreement to their membership for a ratification vote.
The ratification votes are expected to take place by July 11, 2019.
Union Negotiations Update with Paul Lalli, June 24, 2019
GE and leaders of the Coordinated Bargaining Committee of GE Unions agreed to continue negotiating to reach an agreement on a new four-year national labor contract.
“We remain committed to reaching a fair contract that provides good wages and meaningful benefits while addressing the unique challenge we face today to return GE to a position of strength,” said Paul Lalli, GE’s chief negotiator. “We are optimistic that extending our negotiations will allow us to arrive at a tentative agreement that creates a path forward for both employees and the company to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive world.”
At this time, GE has agreed to maintain all of the current contract’s provisions. Employees should report to work as usual.
Video & Article: Retiree Rally on June 20, 2019–at GE Global Operations in Cincinnati, OH
Union retirees rally to demand fair healthcare and pensions outside GE offices at The Banks
Details of the tentative new contract between GE and 11 of its unions, including IUE-CWA Local 301 in Schenectady – Albany Business Review
General Electric’s union employees can expect three raises and two cash payments over the next four years as part of the tentative labor agreement General Electric Co. and its national labor unions reached this week. The raises will total $1.80 per hour over the four years and the two cash payments – which GE calls accelerated cash payments – will total $3,000.
GE reaches handshake agreement with unions that include Schenectady power division workers – Albany Business Review
General Electric Co. and its national labor unions have reached a tentative labor agreement to replace the contract that expired on June 23. The tentative four-year agreement covers about 6,600 workers in 11 unions who work in various GE businesses, including GE’s power turbine factory in Schenectady and an aviation factory in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Full Tentative Agreement–GE & Unions–2019-2013 Contract
GE Negotiations Website–
GE Union Negotiations Ensuring future success for GE and its employees In June 2019, GE and its national unions will begin negotiating a new labor agreement to replace the current contract that expires on June 23. GE is committed to reaching a fair deal that continues to ensure both employees and the company can succeed in today’s increasingly competitive world.
UNIONS Negotiations Website– GE Workers United