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century Skip directly to content Search form Search Home Your Contract Your Questions Home Your Contract Your Questions A Welcome Message from CEO Todd Wanek Home Content Title Latest News June 11 Update USW RATIFIES NEW CONTRACT AT HAWESVILLE, KENTUCKY SMELTER Five-Year Agreement Effective Through April 1, 2020 CHICAGO — June 12, 2015 — Century Aluminum of Kentucky General Partnership (the “Company”), a subsidiary of Century Aluminum Company (NASDAQ: CENX) (“Century”), announced today that a new, five-year collective bargaining agreement was ratified by the United Steelworkers Local 9423 on June 11, 2015 for the Company’s Hawesville, Kentucky smelter. The new contract is effective today through April 1, 2020. "We welcome this positive development for the smelter, its entire workforce and the community," commented Mike Bless, CEO and John Hoerner, SVP North American Operations. "Century's employees have always been and will always be a critical part of our success. We now look forward to working with everyone who shares our commitment to make the Hawesville plant the safest and most productive business it can be". Workers will return to their regular shifts beginning Monday, June 15 at 7 a.m. June 9 Update On June 9, after continued discussions throughout the lockout that began on May 12, Century Aluminum agreed to a modified last, best and final tentative agreement with the negotiating committee from Local 9423. The modified proposal lowers future healthcare premiums and contains modified language regarding overtime, and will be available for employee ratification on June 11. Ratification by employees would end the lockout and allow regular employees to resume daily operation of the facility. A summary of the modified proposal is posted here. May 20 Update Given increased reports of threats and incidents, and out of concern for the public’s safety and wellbeing, Century Aluminum issued today the following letter to Mr. Richard Haas of the United Steelworkers union: May 20, 2015 Mr. Richard Haas Staff Representative United Steelworkers Airport Office Park 200 High Rise Drive, Suite 144 Louisville, KY 40213-3267 Dear Richard, We respect the contract negotiation process, although we remain disappointed in the decision by employees to reject our proposals four times. That said, we equally respect employees’ free-speech rights to peacefully voice their opinions and concerns in this dispute. However, we are growing increasingly concerned for the safety of both employees and people in the community based on a range of daily incidents that have come to our attention in the last few days: Some individuals are bringing young children to the picket lines, and that at least on one occasion a person used a small child in a baby stroller to block traffic in the street. Violent anonymous threats are being made against children and spouses of salaried employees who are working to keep the plant running. Numerous traffic incidents are occurring, including vehicles that are being purposefully forced off the road and their occupants threatened. Rocks are being thrown at vehicles and “jack rocks” are being used to flatten tires (including the tires on law enforcement vehicles), causing both property damage and threatening personal injury to occupants. We are aware of at least one report of possible gun fire outside of the plant, and also a rifle being pointed at bystanders that required the attention of state police. We understand that contract negotiations can be difficult, and we recognize that emotions can run high. And – again – we respect employees’ free speech rights in this matter. However, apart from our legal rights and protections under state and federal law, we are increasingly concerned for people’s safety, both at the plant and in the community at large, based on the growing number of incidents that are being brought to our attention. We are concerned that, unless something is done to put an end to these incidents, a life-altering tragedy could occur. We have reported our concerns to local law enforcement and government officials, and ask for your leadership in taking immediate steps to address these serious risks to everyone’s safety and wellbeing. I trust we can count on your cooperation for the sake of everyone involved. With respect, /s/ Karen Cecil cc: Billy Thompson, USW May 12 Update Members of USW Local 9423 on May 11 voted to reject Century Aluminum's modified last, best, and final (LBF) offer. As a result, a lock-out of union-represented employees began at 8 a.m. CDT on May 12, 2015. After the Company negotiated for more than three months - and reached three agreements with the union’s negotiating committee – the union membership rejected all agreements. The Company’s final offer included pay increases of more than 14 percent during the five-year period, provided fixed costs for health insurance, lower out-of-pocket maximum, and new language on overtime. May 9 Update Century Aluminum and representatives from USW Local 9423 met on Friday, May 8. The Company made modifications to the last, best and final offer (“LBF”). Local 9423 representatives agreed to the modified LBF and a vote is scheduled for Monday, May 11. A copy of the modified LBF can be found on the “Your Contract" downloads tab. Union representatives requested to postpone the start of the lock-out for 24 hours to allow time for the vote and the Company agreed. The lock-out will now begin Tuesday, May 12 at 8 a.m. CDT if the modified LBF is not ratified. May 7 Update Century Aluminum Company today met with representatives from USW Local 9423. Local 9423 presented a proposal to The Company. The Company considered the proposal and rejected it. The Company’s LBF remains available for employee ratification, with the lockout scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. CDT, Monday, May 11. Preparations will continue to move forward to ensure the plant’s continued operations and viability in the future. May 5 Update Century Aluminum Company issued today a required legal notice to USW Local 9423 following the rejection Monday night of the Company’s last, best and final proposal (“LBF”), the third employee ‘no’ vote in the ongoing contract negotiations underway at its smelter in Hawesville, Kentucky. The legal notice confirmed that the Company’s LBF remains available for employee ratification, with the lockout scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. CDT, Monday, May 11. Given that Hawesville employees continued rejection of a contract, the union’s recent discussions of strike, and the reality that the company must ensure continuous 24-hour operations going forward, Century issued last week a ten-day notice of a lock-out of Local 9423 members, effective May 11. The lock-out allows other personnel to maintain uninterrupted plant operations, which is critically necessary in a continuous-flow operation like an aluminum smelter. The Company was forced to take steps to guarantee uninterrupted operations in anticipation of potential union decisions, and a lockout allows the Company’s contingency plan to move forward in a way that ensures the plant’s continued operations and viability in the future. Unlike many other manufacturing facilities, aluminum smelting is a continuous-flow operation. Unforeseen interruptions in operations could cause very devastating impacts and damage to the facility, threatening its future. May 1 Update Given that Hawesville employees twice rejected proposed Tentative Agreements developed with their Negotiating Committee and are now contemplating a possible strike – along with the reality that the company must ensure continuous 24-hour operations going forward – Century Aluminum provided today a ten-day notice of a lock-out of Local 9423 members, effective May 11. The lock-out allows other personnel to maintain uninterrupted plant operations, which is critically necessary in a continuous-flow operation like an aluminum smelter. The Company and Local 9423’s bargaining committee began negotiations in February and finalized two Tentative Agreements for employees’ ratification, yet employees chose to reject both. The Company then presented its last, best and final proposal (“LBF”) on April 25, which provides guaranteed wage increases totaling about 15 percent and affordable solutions to healthcare, plus clarifications to contract language regarding overtime and other important topics. Under the LBF, Hawesville families would continue to have access to quality healthcare coverage at a fraction of what employees pay at other companies, and would see a net gain of almost $14,000 to more than $46,000 over the term of the contract. With the employees’ decision not to accept any of the proposals so far, the Company was forced to take steps to guarantee uninterrupted operations in anticipation of potential union decisions. The notice of lock-out allows the Company’s contingency plan to move forward in a way that ensures the plant’s continued operations and viability in the future. Unlike many other manufacturing facilities, aluminum smelting is a continuous-flow operation. Unforeseen interruptions in operations could cause very devastating impacts and damage to the facility, threatening its future. Pending ratification of the LBF, the Company advised that the union lock-out will take effect at 8 a.m. CDT, Monday, May 11 and continue until further notice. April 27 Update On Saturday, April 25, negotiation teams from Century and Local 9423 met with the federal mediator to discuss the employees’ latest rejection of a Tentative Agreement. On April 20, employees voted not to accept the offer – the second ‘no’ vote in these negotiations. At the end of Saturday’s negotiations, Century presented its “last, best and final” offer to the union. This proposal includes all of the features negotiated between the committees and presented in the last Tentative Agreement, with the obvious exception of the signing bonus that expired on April 20. The last, best and final offer includes: Significant wage increases for all positions, totaling approximately 15 percent; A fair proposal for affordable healthcare that maintains employees’ benefits at costs that remain lower than what most employees pay at other companies; and Solutions to address overtime and other operational topics, as developed earlier with the union negotiating committee. The Company will continue to meet with the negotiating committee as requested, but must now focus its attentions on steps to maintain the plant’s 24-hour continued operations. April 25 Update Last November, we began talks toward a new five-year contract with Local 9423. We began negotiations in February with your committee, working to reach agreement on numerous issues and questions. After six weeks of back-and-forth discussions across the table, we agreed to a proposal for everyone’s consideration. The proposed agreement included: Wage increases of approximately 15 percent on top of wages that average $70,000 per year, with some exceeding $100,000 per year; An immediate $5,000 signing bonus; and Affordable healthcare. In recent voting, USW Local 9423 members voted again not to accept a tentative agreement agreed upon between the union Negotiation Committee and the company. Based on feedback we’ve received, we believe that some may have believed that this was a “concessionary” contract – that changes in healthcare cost-sharing would be more than their proposed wage gains. This is absolutely not true. The most important question is – when you look at the bottom line – wage increases minus healthcare costs – would families have had more or less in their pocket at the end of day? Was this a “net gain” contract? And the answer is firmly: YES. Depending on whether someone takes single or family insurance coverage, you’ll see that, based on regular hours and NO overtime, employees across all job grades would have seen a significant net gain from the proposal – from almost $20,000 to more than $50,000, including the one-time signing bonus of $5,000. Based on what we’ve heard, we aren’t certain that families were aware of this when employees again rejected the last tentative agreement. We believe these were good proposals that worked for everybody. They provided: Employees with real financial rewards; affordable health care plan. And it gives us all more stability for the future. Copyright ? 2015 Century Aluminum Company. All rights reserved.

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