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Major agreements expiring next month.

Major agreements expiring next month

This list of selected collective bargaining agreements expiring in February is based on information collected by the Bureau's Office of Compensation and Working Conditions. The list includes agreements covering 1,000 workers or more. Private industry is arranged in order of Standard Industrial Classification. Labor organizations listed are affiliated with the AFL-CIO, except where noted as independent (Ind.).

Private industry

Construction

Associated Contractors of Westchester, Westchester County, NY; Operating Engineers, 1,250 workers

Food products

Quaker Oats Co., Cedar Rapids, IA; Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Workers, 1,000 workers

Wholesale bread shops, wholesale cake bakeries, and retail bakeries, New York, NY; Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers, 2,000 workers

Apparel

Associated Fur Manufacturers and United Fur Manufacturers, New York, NY; Food and Commercial Workers, 1,000 workers

Cotton Garment Negotiating Group, Interstate; Clothing and Textile Workers, 42,000 workers

Printing and publishing

San Francisco Newspaper Publishers Association, San Francisco, CA; The Newspaper Guild, 1,000 workers

Glass products

PPG Industries, Interstate; Aluminum, Brick and Glass Workers, 1,000 workers

Steel

LTV Steel Co., Interstate; Steelworkers, 30,000 workers

Electrical and electronic equipment

Universal Manufacturing Co., Mendenhall, MS; Electrical Workers (IBEW), 1,100 workers

Whirlpool Corp., Evansville, IN; Electronic Workers, 2,900 workers

Transportation equipment

Litton Industries Inc., Ingalls Shipbuilding Division, Pascagoula, MS; Metal Trades Council, 6,800 workers

Rohr Industries, Inc., California; Machinists, 4,600 workers

United Technologies Corp., Sikorsky Aircraft Division, Connecticut; Teamsters, 6,500 workers

Utilities

San Diego Gas and Electric Co., San Diego, CA; Electrical Workers (IBEW), 2,030 workers

Food stores

A&P Stores, Virginia; Food and Commercial Workers, 1,000 workers

Acme Food Stores, Delaware; Food and Commercial Workers, 1,100 workers

Kroger Food Stores, Houston, TX; Food and Commercial Workers, 4,400 workers

Safeway, Inc., Houston, TX; Food and Commercial Workers, 4,000 workers

Insurance

American National Insurance Co., Interstate; Food and Commercial Workers, 3,200 workers

Services

Basic Theatrical Motion Picture Agreement, Interstate; Musicians, 3,000 workers

Council of Hawaii Hotels, Hawaii; Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees, 8,000 workers

Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA; Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievements (Ind.), 1,100 workers

Television Film Labor Agreement, Interstate; Musicians, 3,000 workers

Window Cleaning Employers Association, New York, NY; Service Employees, 1,500 workers

Public activities

Transportation

Missouri-Illinois Transit Authority, St. Louis, MO; Transit Union, 1,600 workers

General government

San Mateo County clerical and technical employees, San Mateo County, CA; Service Employees, 1,000 workers

San Mateo County general unit, San Mateo County, CA; State, County and Municipal Employees, 2,500 workers
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