Having achieved relative labor calm so far this year, the industry appears poised for more of the same during the balance of the year — a very busy one for negotiations. Three years ago, the 141-day strike-lockout in Southern California set an anxious tone for the rounds of labor talks that followed — tempering union expectations about the kinds of terms it could expect. But the peaceful settlement in Southern California last month appears to reflect a more optimistic mood among negotiators ...
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