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Union Guarantees that Rollex Members’ Rights are Protected

Union Guarantees that Rollex Members’ Rights are Protected

| August 26, 2020

After Rollex management posted a notice informing employees represented by 727 that they would be required to work on both Saturday August 15th and Sunday August 16th following their regular Monday through Friday weekly schedule, the employees contacted Local 727 and asked for the Union’s help. Union representative Melissa Senatore immediately contacted Rollex management and demanded […]

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Teamsters Local 727 Demands Rollex Provide Workers With Hazard Pay

| April 13, 2020

Since the 1950s, Rollex’s manufacturing plant based in Elk Grove Village has specialized in the manufacturing of aluminum and metal moldings for kitchen, bath, and home exteriors as well as aluminum and steel siding and modular soffit systems for construction. For almost 50 years, Local 727 has represented Rollex’s production employees who work in various divisions […]

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Rollex Corp. Acts in Bad Faith, Disrespects Local 727 Members by Storming Out of Negotiations

Rollex Corp. Acts in Bad Faith, Disrespects Local 727 Members by Storming Out of Negotiations

| October 30, 2018

CHICAGO, October 30, 2018 — Teamsters Local 727 maintained its demand for fair wages and the respectful treatment of its members as the Union bargaining committee and the metal siding and home product manufacturer Rollex Corporation reconvened negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement yesterday, October 29th. After Rollex management arrived to negotiations forty-five minutes […]

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Local 727 Members Okay Bargaining Committee to Initiate Strike Against Rollex Corporation in Sunday Vote

| October 29, 2018

Teamsters Local 727 members employed as production and maintenance workers by Rollex Corporation voted yesterday, Sunday, October 28th, to authorize the Union bargaining committee to initiate a strike should the Company’s bad faith bargaining during negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement continue. Despite Local 727’s attempts to schedule multiple bargaining sessions well in advance […]

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