Weyerhaeuser reports work stoppage in Oregon and Washington due to strikes

Weyerhaeuser reports work stoppage in Oregon and Washington due to strikes
    According to an announcement by Weyerhaeuser on Tuesday, a work stoppage by employees is affecting its operations in Oregon and Washington. Approximately 1,200 members of the International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Works Union (IAM) have walked off the job and are currently on strike. IAM employees work in Weyerhaeuser’s Wood Products and Timberland organizations.    In a press release issued by the company, Denise Merle, senior vice president and chief administration officer for Weyerhaeuser said, “We have been formally engaged in collective bargaining with IAM since May, and we have ...

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