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Message to Employees

***This message is being sent by the Boeing Negotiations team to all SPEEA-represented employees and their managers.***

October 1, 2012

SPEEA rejects Boeing contract proposal

SPEEA announced today that its membership has rejected Boeing's initial contract proposal. Our focus now is on resuming discussions on October 2 with your negotiations team.

In the spirit of good faith, we will continue to listen closely to your negotiations team. We want to understand your viewpoints and objections, which is what the bargaining process is all about. As was true when we made our initial proposal - we are committed to continuing discussions, answering questions and considering any proposals or counterproposals from your negotiations team.

While Oct. 6 is the expiration date of the contract, it remains in effect until Nov. 25, 2012. On Nov. 25, the contract will terminate as a result of SPEEA filing a 60-day termination notice per Article 23 of the contract. No strike can take place until after Nov. 25.

We will continue to provide updates on the progress of negotiations and encourage you to check the negotiations website on a regular basis.

Boeing Negotiations Team

Julie-Ellen Acosta, vice president, Human Resources, Commercial Airplanes
Conrad Ball, Functional Engineering director, Boeing Military Aircraft
Mark Burgess, chief engineer, Engineering, Operations & Technology
Mike Delaney, vice president, Engineering, Commercial Airplanes
Gene Woloshyn, vice president, Employee Relations, Boeing
Todd Zarfos, vice president, Engineering - Commercial Aviation Services, senior chief engineer of Support