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Here’s Why Thousands of Steelworkers Just Voted to Authorize a Strike
Posted On: Sep 18, 2018
September 18, 2018 | STRIKES | […] U.S. Steel was seen a significant bump in profits in 2018, thanks to increased demand for steel, as well as new tariffs that have pushed up the cost of steel and helped pad the bottom line for large corporations such as U.S. Steel, a publicly traded company worth over $6 billion. The question now is whether or not workers will share equally in the largesse generated by today’s boom times for steel production. ... U.S. Steel management has scored “more than $50 million in pay and bonuses since 2015 while the hourly work force has not received a wage increase over the same period” …Working In These Times
 
 
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