Latrobe Keeps Producing, Despite Labor Lockout

June 2008
Metal Center News;Jun2008, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p86
Trade Publication
The article reports that Latrobe Specialty Steel Co. (LSS) has continued its production, finishing and delivery operations despite a labor dispute in its facility in Pennsylvania. Approximately 375 workers have walked off the job and accused the firm of unfair labor practice. The workers have filed a suit with the National Labor Relations Board stating that their health insurance benefits were terminated by the firm.


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