Strike at Mott's plant in New York centers on host of issues

RP news wires
Tags: talent management, business management

Three-hundred members of RWDSU (Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Workers)/UFCW (United Food & Commercial Workers) Local 220 in Williamson, N.Y., are in their 12th week of a strike at the Dr. Pepper/Snapple-owned Mott's manufacturing plant. The strike centers on wage, benefit and health care reductions. WNYLaborToday.com traveled to Williamson to speak with a number of the workers at the plant, who know their battle is far more important that just achieving a fair and equitable agreement.



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