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steelworks

a plant in which steel is made from iron ore and rolled or forged into blooms, billets, bars, or sheets
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I feel sorry for the steelworkers in this country, knowing that there was plenty of work for them and that they could have fulfilled the contracts.
The chief executive of Ilych Steel, Yuri Zinchenko, is leading the steelworker patrols in the city.
(At that time, the union local president who had negotiated an agreement with a company management did not have to go back to his constituents on the shop floor for any formal endorsement.) Sadlowski, who represented a younger 1960s generation of Steelworker, might have won that election were it not for the presence of Williams on the McBride ticket, which managed to garner sufficient Canadian votes to win in the end.
Steel and the United Steelworkers of America Local 1005-Contract negotiations originally stalled when local 1005 refused the proposed changes to their pension program, and the resulting lockout has been ongoing since November 2010,
Former steelworkers have opened a pounds 250,000 headquarters for their business.
As a plaque commemorating steelworkers killed in two world wars was unveiled, the sun broke through the grey skies and the crowd spontaneously burst into the Welsh national anthem.
On a recent Friday afternoon, downtown East Chicago, Ind., was desolate, save the headquarters of Local 1011 of the United Steelworkers union.
Armed with a tape recorder, camera, an understanding of Homestead's recorded past, and a commitment to listen, Judith Modell and Charlee Brodsky spent the better part of a decade, beginning in 1986, attempting to understand the complex ways in which steelworkers, their families, and townspeople responded to the crisis wrought by deindustrialization.
Although all steelworkers recognized that they were better off than they or their fathers had been before World War II, rising hourly wages were not an accurate barometer of steelworker income.
On the union side the tragedy began with the United Steelworkers's first president, Philip Murray, whose views were conditioned by the bitter struggle to organize low-paid steelworkers in the 1930s.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- With a revival of steel making in the Cleveland area and an aging mill workforce, a steellmaker, the Steelworkers union and a community college are collaborating to train future workers.
Perhaps the most interesting comment in Union of Steel comes from business writer John Hoerr, who casts some doubt on the stereotype of the steelworker conservative.