A safety dispute that idled blast furnaces and some other operations at ArcelorMittal's Burns Harbor mill has been resolved after two days of intense negotiations between union officials and management.
Andy Harshaw says steel companies need to promote a culture of continuous improvement. Focusing on the future and being able to foster innovation is critical to the industry’s survival, he believes.
Randy Hall Jr. never wanted to work in the mill.
The United Steelworkers will count ballots Oct. 18 from its 14,000 members employed at ArcelorMittal USA facilities on whether a tentative three-year agreement should be ratified.
EAST CHICAGO | It was difficult to equip 3-year-old Adela DeHoyos with all the safety gear required for steelworkers.
Andrew Sweeney said it wasn't part of his initial plan to work in the steel industry. Hired earlier this year as an electrical maintenance technician working at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor, Sweeney said his thoughts changed once he enrolled in a training program that helped him snag a job wit…
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