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IINegotiating Philosophy The union is looking to maintain all gains made in the last bargaining session All areas identified as primary objectives will be improved upon In addition we are also seeking to improve our condition on many secondary issues A timely settlement is our optimal goal and we are confident that one can be reached while achieving gains for our union members However the union will not sacrifice its goals just to reach a timely settlement If a lockout occurs we shall accept it and continue negotiating towards improved conditions for the union If a strike is deemed absolutely necessary because management will not move on any of its prerogatives then one shall be engaged We will give due consideration to the objectives of our international union but our primary goals are those of our local union brothers and sisters Background The union enters this negotiation remembering the weak contract it settled at the last negotiation It was the first time we bargained with someone other than Stanley Steamer paint and varnish We must be wary of the threat of GCC to move more of its paint production to its plant in Thomas City West Carolina GCC is believed to be at a crossroads They seem to be seeking an expansion of their share in the OEM paint market If this does not work they could move to abandon the business altogether The union is seeking to make gains in wages bringing it up to par with other plants in its industry and locale The union wants to work with management to help GCC become a leader in this field However we want to be compensated and treated fairly in return 1992 Negotiations These negotiations are not applicable to these negotiations GCC acquired their OEM from Stanley Steamer Paint and Varnish in 1995 1995 Negotiations When GCC took over in 1995 before the election
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