The Fort Worth-based company and union had several sessions Thursday and are scheduled to meet again Friday, a Bell Helicopter spokesman said.
Their meeting last week was the first since union members voted to go on strike June 14. That was after they rejected a three-year contract because of proposed increases in medical costs and plans to outsource janitors' work.
Since then, Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. has brought in about 1,000 temporary workers.
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But another union approved its three-year contract with Bell last month. The United Auto Workers Local 317 represents 340 office and clerical workers at Bell Helicopter plants in the Dallas and Fort Worth area.