Machinists are saving Boeing, Wroblewski says

The ability of Machinists Union workers to ramp up production rates on Boeing’s 737 and 777 assembly lines is what’s going to save the company from a series of missteps by its Chicago management team, the union’s president said. But if Boeing is going to be successful in the long run, executives need to stop their … Continue reading

Union: Chicago could learn from Boeing’s history

If  Boeing Co. management in Chicago is serious about fixing its failed corporate culture, executives could start by studying the history of their own company, the leader of the Machinists Union’s District Lodge in Seattle said. For most of Boeing’s history, managers and employee unions worked together for the benefit of both, said District 751 President Tom Wroblewski. “It’s … Continue reading

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