WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- Boeing Co. will resume contract talks next month with a union representing more than 700 engineers in Wichita.
As of Wednesday, no location had been set for the scheduled Jan. 13 meeting between Boeing and the Wichita unit of the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace.
Contract talks between the Chicago-based Boeing and SPEEA began Nov. 17, and union negotiators rejected an initial contract offer.
Boeing called a recess to the negotiations earlier this month. At the time, SPEEA executive director Ray Goforth said in a news release that the rejected offer failed to meet the union's lowest expectations.
The union said the offer includes a wage increase only in the first year of the three-year deal.