Is Boeing Trying to Break Washington State Unions?

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Jan. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Nick Heymann, industrial analyst at William Blair & Co., discusses a union vote on Boeing manufacturing in Washington State on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

All to break the washington state unions?

I think that the situation is that boeing's preponderance of manufacturing in the northwest around the seattle area has caught up with it.

The union there is obviously looking at a strong backlog for the company and the industry, and boeing has already moved back over to the east coast for -- i think they are clearly trying to reset what has been a legacy set of benefits, particularly with regards to pension, and i think if they are successful with this, i don't think it is a major change.

Caterpillar has already done a lot of this with their workforce.

This goes for detroit and also to windsor, ontario -- union scaling auto versus the new scaling in auto.

How much does a union guy make per hour with airline manufacturers?

I would imagine that if there is some place that differs, the difference between south carolina and seattle is probably 20% to 25%. not extraordinary, but it all adds up.

I think the other thing here is work rules, trying to get the flexibility with regards to how to apply the workforce.

Job classifications.

A lot of this has been done in tougher companies.

Ge is a tougher company about this.

They are moving out of erie for locomotive manufacturing.

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