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Three months after beginning a strike against a Mott’s plant in Williamson, N.Y., workers say that they will not give up. The strike is over the company’s plan to cut workers’ wages by $1.50 an hour, in an effort to bring the company’s average closer to the area average. The company says that their workers make an average of $19 an hour, while area workers make an average of $14 an hour. Mott’s also wants to freeze workers’ pensions. Workers say that with more than $500 million in profits, the workers should not be penalized. The company has brought in replacement workers, and says that they have no plans to begin talks again.

See “Mott’s Demands Pay Cuts Despite $555M Profit“,  CBS News, Sep 07, 2010. (SD)

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