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PITTSBURGH, March 21, 2019 – United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced a number of new and enhanced benefits the company has made available to its non-represented employees to support the diverse and inclusive workforce at the company. All new benefits will be available in full by April 1, though most became available at the beginning of 2019.
The new and enhanced benefits for the company’s non-represented workforce include:
“These benefits reflect our commitment to fostering a culture of caring at U. S. Steel, where every employee must feel supported,” said Barry Melnkovic, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer.
Michelle Nasir, Chief Talent Officer said: “We are always looking for the best ways to support our employees and are proud of our recent benefit changes, which put us on par with some of the country’s best employers.”
Benefits for represented employees are determined based upon negotiated collective bargaining agreements. An updated benefits package for represented employees was agreed upon as part of the collective bargaining process completed last year.