By  on February 15, 2008

ATLANTA — New Era Cap Company, the Teamsters Union and the NAACP have agreed on a tentative three-year labor agreement between New Era Cap and Teamsters local 991 for employees in New Era’s Mobile, Ala., distribution center.

According to the organizations, the contract provides a comprehensive package which includes hourly wage increases and enhanced health insurance coverage for the workers, while allowing New Era to bring best practices to its Mobile distribution center to increase efficiency. It also addresses the worker rights issues raised by the NAACP in a report released in January, including a strong diversity policy.

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