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Lockheed Martin Fort Worth 776A,B&C  Update-May 19, 2016

Your Negotiating Committee has been very busy going over Company proposals in detail and preparing counter proposals to present to the Company on Monday May 23rd. The Union will present counter proposals to Article seven, Article nineteen and the Attendance Control Policy. There have been numerous committee meetings where your committee has been in discussion with the Company regarding the Drug and Alcohol Policy, Alternative work schedules, mutual agreements and Job studies. The committee is close to closing out Non-Economic discussions on Article two, twelve, thirteen, eighteen and twenty-four. The work has been slow and tedious as the parties look to incorporate mutual agreements into the proper article and section of the contract. There is a new District webpage being built and can be found at http://www.iamdistrictlodge776.com/ or click the link on the left side of the page. There will be more information posted as it becomes available and updates will become more frequent as we get closer to the contract expiration.

Lockheed Martin Fort Worth 776A,B&C  Update-May 11, 2016

Summary of the company’s proposal on the Attendance Control Program May 11, 2016

The company proposal would require you to call an absence reporting system at least two hours before the beginning of your shift to report your absence. Failure to do so would result in you being disciplined for “failure to follow instructions.”
Also, you would be required to use all of your sick leave prior to incurring any unpaid unexcused time.
You would trigger step 1 for incurring more than four (4) hours of unpaid absences or for having more than two (2) part-day absences in a review period. (Written warning would be issued)
You would trigger step 2 for any unpaid absence while in step 1 (Final written warning would be issued)
You would trigger step 3 for any unpaid absence while in step 2 (You would be terminated)
Back-up steps: you would back up one step by working two full consecutive review periods with no discrepancies.
Scheduled or accepted holiday overtime and regular accepted overtime, if not worked, will be treated like a normal workday in the application of this attendance program.

Below you will find the company proposal on changing the Attendance control policy in its entirety.

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I.A.M. District 776 04/22/2016

Lockheed Martin Fort Worth Negotiations Update

The Company and Union committees continue to meet two days per week. The parties have exchanged a number of non-economic proposals and have had committee meetings regarding Job Studies, Mutual agreements, Grievance processing and the Attendance Control Program.

There has been some agreement on language cleanup, however no significant progress to date regarding some of the open non-economic proposals.

You’re Negotiating Committee and our economist from I.A.M. Headquarters will meet with Company Negotiators and the Company’s Corporate Benefit Folks on Wednesday April 27 for a Benefits Briefing and discussion.

We will start meeting 3 days per week beginning May 1st and updates will be more frequent and contain more substance as we get closer to the expiration of our agreement.

Your next Local Lodge Meetings are:

776-A Monday May 2nd at 4:15pm

776-B Tuesday May 3rd at 2:00pm

776-C Tuesday May 3rd at 7:15am

Stay tuned

LOCAL 776A,B&C
UP DATE 3/31/2016 meet with the company

In early negotiation meetings the company has stated they want to open discussion on each of the topics on the attached handbill.

The company recommendation is for each party to form sub-committees to discuss the feasibility of each issue prior to discussion at the main table.

The parties have mainly focused on Job Studies and are also reviewing the Mutual Agreements for modifications and/or placement into the appropriate Article in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement.

The parties are also discussing ways to improve the Grievance Procedure. We have also exchanged proposals regarding Article Ten - Leave of Absences and continue to have discussion regarding those proposals.

The next meeting with the company is next Wednesday, April 6th.

We will keep you posted as things develop.

Keep in mind we are in Non-Economic negotiations at this time and things usually move a little slow during this phase of negotiations. Don't forget your Local Lodge Meetings.

776-A is April 4th at 4:15 pm

776-C is April 5th at 7:15 am

776-B is April 5th at 2:00 pm

The parties are also discussing ways to improve the Grievance Procedure. We have also exchanged proposals regarding Article Ten - Leave of Absences and continue to have discussion regarding those proposals.

The next meeting with the company is next Wednesday, April 6th.

We will keep you posted as things develop.

Keep in mind we are in Non-Economic negotiations at this time and things usually move a little slow during this phase of negotiations. Don't forget your Local Lodge Meetings.

776-A is April 4th at 4:15 pm

776-C is April 5th at 7:15 am

776-B is April 5th at 2:00 pm

The parties are also discussing ways to improve the Grievance Procedure. We have also exchanged proposals regarding Article Ten - Leave of Absences and continue to have discussion regarding those proposals.

The next meeting with the company is next Wednesday, April 6th.

We will keep you posted as things develop.

Keep in mind we are in Non-Economic negotiations at this time and things usually move a little slow during this phase of negotiations. Don't forget your Local Lodge Meetings.

776-A is April 4th at 4:15 pm

776-C is April 5th at 7:15 am

776-B is April 5th at 2:00 pm

***NEGOTIATIONS NEWS FLASH***

Union and Company negotiators have agreed to extend the current Contract by 7 Days. The current agreement was set to expire on July 3rd, however the contract will now expire on July 10th.The Agreement also includes Monday July 4th as a paid holiday.

Your committee hopes you take advantage of your three day weekend and spend some quality time with your friends and families by celebrating the Birth of our GREAT NATION!

The Date and time of the Contract Ratification Meeting will be posted as soon as we select a venue.

Union and Company Negotiators will meet again on March 9th to exchange the 1st Non-Economic proposals and begin committee work on various open issues.

Updates will be posted on a regular basis.


LOCAL 776A,B&C
UP DATE 3/02/2016 meet with the company

Today, March 2nd, 2016 Representatives of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District Lodge 776 which represent approximately 3,000 Production and Maintenance Workers along with the On-site Firefighters and Occupational Nurses Units, has begun collective bargaining talks with Lockheed Martin Fort Worth.

The parties met this morning and set the Ground Rules for these negotiations, made committee assignments, and exchanged documents identifying contract articles and sections being opened for discussion. The current four-year contract expires on July 3rd.

The Unions Chief Spokesman Paul Black said “The importance of these negotiations is profound. What happens here will set the tone for future negotiations in Aerospace. We intend to negotiate an agreement that protects those things that are critical to the wellbeing of our membership and their families. Good Wages, Quality Healthcare Choices, at an affordable price, and Financial Security when they retire.”

Lockheed Martin Negotiating Committee
Chief Spokesman – Paul Black
776-A Negotiating Committeeman – Robin Atkins
776-A Negotiating Committeeman – Tom Eichenberger
776-A Negotiating Committeeman – Mark Stewart
776-B Negotiating Committeeman – Earnest Boone
776-B Negotiating Committeeman – Larry Brown
776-C Negotiating Committeeman – Augie Podsednik

Firefighters Negotiating Committee
Chief Spokesman – David Faith
Negotiating Committeeman – Glen Hoes
Negotiating Committeeman – Brian McKinney
Negotiating Committeeman – Joe Morley

Nurses Unit Negotiating Committee
Chief Spokesman – David Faith
Negotiating Committeeman – Joe Coss

I.A.M.&A.W. Aerospace Coordinator
Terry Smith

The next meeting will be March 9th

Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.

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GET READY 2016 labor contract on 02/18/2016
Opening of negotiations this morning of District Lodge 776 and Lockheed Martin in Ft. Worth, TX. International President Bob Martinez leads off comments. IP Martinez' home local is 776 and the Lockheed contract. Southern Territory GVP Blondin to the right of the IP. "The reset was a hard pill to swallow, and our members will not forget."
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International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

Aeronautical Industrial District 776

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In Case Nos. 16-CA-159483 and 16-CA-160055

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In a meeting with the company this morning (March 3rd 2016) regarding 3PL - the company stated they would not be laying off MHA's. There were enough folks who accepted the severance package or accepted transfer to other jobs within the company to eliminate the need for further reductions. If anything changes we will keep you posted

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