Union rejects pay provide in U.S. refinery employee talks – Reuters (NYSE:MPC)


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The United Steelworkers union rejected a pay improve supplied by Marathon Petroleum (NYSE:MPC), the lead oil firm negotiator in talks for a labor settlement protecting 30K U.S. refinery and chemical plant employees, Reuters studies.

The provide reportedly was for a 4% pay improve over three years; underneath the present contract, which expires on February 1, employees acquired 3.5% pay raises in every of the contract’s first two years and 4% within the third yr.

Going into the talks, the union was mentioned to be searching for “important” pay will increase and enhancements in medical insurance.

Individually, union officers mentioned negotiators for Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) and the USW are discussing a contract proposal that might obtain a ratification vote by employees locked out of the corporate’s Beaumont refinery in Texas since Might.

The members of USW Native 13-243 in Beaumont may vote on a proposal agreed to by negotiators someday in February, a union consultant instructed Reuters.

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Wells Fargo analysts cite a confluence of constructive macro and firm particular elements in forecasting stronger This autumn earnings for many refiners.


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