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Dec. 4, 1943
President Roosevelt announces the end of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), concluding the four-year run of one of the American government's most ambitious public works programs. It helped create jobs for roughly 8.5 million people during the Great Depression and left a legacy of highways and public buildings, among other public gains.
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Members Ratify a New 4-Yr. Pepsi Contract
Updated On: Feb 08, 2012

A new contract was approved January 7, 2012 by Pepsi field service techs, jockeys and warehouse employees.

The new 4-year agreement provides wage increases, an increase in night differential and pension benefit.Significant language changes were achieved, including improvements in seniority language.

Pepsi bargaining committee members (below) review proposals during a December 16 negotiations session. Seated (L-R) are Patrick McManus, Vice President Richard Brown, and Paul “Pepsi” Smith. Standing (L-R) Butch Heavel, Steve Bonhoff, Secretary-Treasurer Sean Cedenio, Clarance Martin and Ivan Eberhardt.


 
 
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