- Intel will spend $6-8 billion in manufacturing to support future technology advancements in Arizona and Oregon.
- The investment supports the creation of 6,000-8,000 construction jobs and 800-1,000 permanent high-tech jobs, and also allows Intel to maintain its current manufacturing employment base at these U.S. sites.
- The investment will fund a new development fab in Oregon, as well as upgrades to four existing fabs to manufacture the next-generation 22-nanometer (nm) process technology.
- Intel’s next-generation, 22nm microprocessors will enable sleeker device designs, higher performance and longer battery life at lower costs. Read the rest of this entry »
There is no change to Article 11 HOURS OF WORK, SHIFTS & HOLIDAYS, and no Private Works addendum. The bargaining committee is recommending the proposal.
Read proposal: October TA
There will be an informational meeting at the Seattle Labor Temple 2800 1st Ave Hall 1, Seattle, WA 98121 on Monday October 25th, 2010 at 6PM