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National Grid reaches employment pact with gas workers in Massachusetts

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National Grid said that it has reached a satisfactory agreement over employment terms & conditions with two unions representing workers of the company's Massachusetts Gas business.

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The agreement for 1,250 employees is for a five-and-a-half years, according to the company. The employees, who were locked out since June 2018 due to pay and benefit disputes, are set to join back on January 21.

National Grid, during the employment contract negotiation, implemented a work contingency plan to ensure that customers continued to receive a reliable service. It didn't provide any specific details regarding its settlement pact with the gas workers.


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