As per reports, Chevron Corporation (CVX) and the United Steelworkers union (USW) recently met to end a 3-week-old strike by 500 workers at the company’s Richmond, California, refinery marking the first face-to-face discussion between the two sides. The first vice president of USW Local 12-5, B.K. White informed that the union had received a proposal from the company and was preparing for a reply.
Chevron continued operating the 245,271-barrel-per-day (BPD) with managers and supervisors but has begun advertising for temporary replacement workers in online placed ads. The ads list pay of $70 an hour for the temporary replacement workers who will be hired for up to five months, according to the advertisements. The strike began after the Local 12-5 twice rejected contract offers from Chevron.
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