Today in Labor History

Labor history is OUR history

January 14, 2003

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18,000 General Electric workers nationwide begin a two-day strike when the company announces, mid-contract, it is changing the cost-shifting in its managed care medical plan.  Despite its record net profits of around $15 billion in 2002, GE sought to increase substantially the costs workers paid who were enrolled in its healthcare plan.

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