GE Union Negotiations

Ensuring future success for GE and its employees

GE Union Negotiations

In June 2019, GE and its national unions will begin negotiating a new labor agreement to replace the current contract that expires on June 23. GE is committed to reaching a fair deal that continues to ensure both employees and the company can succeed in today’s increasingly competitive world.

 

GE understands the important contributions of all its employees and has worked hard to maintain good relationships with union employees and leaders at the local and national levels. Together, we have successfully negotiated 14 consecutive national contracts and many more local contracts over the past four decades.

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GE is committed to providing union leaders and employees with accurate, timely and appropriate information throughout the negotiations process. Check back for more updates in the coming weeks, and be sure to click the button below to sign up for regular email updates for the latest news and information.

 

 

 

 

Negotiations Overview

Watch our video with Paul Lalli, the head of union negotiations for GE, about the negotiations process and how things have changed since the last negotiations in 2015.

Check out our Negotiations 101 fact sheet to learn all about the negotiations process, a timeline of key milestones, and more.

Key Topics

GE Financial Landscape

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Latest News

CNBC: GE earnings forecast falls short of estimates, CEO Culp says 'We have work to do'

“Culp is working on turning around GE's fortunes. He remains focused on improving the company's cash generation, as well as cutting costs.”

 

The New York Times: G.E. Earnings Show Glimmers of a Turnaround, but Big Challenges Still Loom

“The fourth-quarter results that G.E. reported on Thursday pointed to the depth of those challenges, despite a strong performance by the company’s jet engine business.”

 

Albany Business Review: GE stock climbs as new CEO takes steps to right company

“We have more work to do, but I’m encouraged by the changes we’re making to strengthen GE and create value for our shareholders, customers, and employees,’ [CEO Larry] Culp said.”

 

Boston Globe: No-news-is-good-news earnings report lifts GE’s stock

“GE is, by no means, in the clear. Culp deflected analysts’ efforts to coax more financial forecasts out of him, and he warned that GE is in the “very early innings” in turning around its troubled power business.”

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