By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Approximately 1,300 Allegheny Technologies employees went on strike Tuesday morning.
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The United Steelworkers say they are on strike over unfair labor practices.
This is ATI’s first stoppage since 1994.
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The union contract expired in late February and the United Steelworkers accuse ATI of unfair labor practices.
ATI replied, saying that its proposal would raise wages even more.
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The company announced to the Tribune Review that it will be using staff and interim staff to continue critical operations.