Briggs & Stratton to restart negotiations with union workers

08/20/2013 | American City Business Journals

Briggs & Stratton plans to restart negotiations with its unionized employees after they turned down a new offer. The contract would have increased wages by 2% over the next three years, and would have provided health and benefits programs in line with the benefits of salaried employees, said company spokeswoman Laura Timm.

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