USA: Strike At Baseball Cap Maker Ends
An 11-month strike at headwear producer New Era Cap Company is over after bosses and union leaders reached a tentative four-year contract agreement which provides for higher wages and health insurance contributions. The agreement between executives at the New York-based company and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) is being recommended to New Era's 330 workers at the plant after almost a year of industrial disruption.
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