Greenbrier and Its Unions Ink No Strike, No Lockout t Deal

While The Greenbrier Resort and its labor unions have not reached a contract settlement, the two parties did sign a “no strike, no lockout” agreement through January 4, 2009, or until a new contract has been signed—whichever comes first.

The “no strike, no lockout” agreement means that there will be no work stoppages or disruptions while the two sides hammer out a deal. The Greenbrier Council of Labor Unions, which represents nine unions that work at the hotel, or about two-thirds of

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