A vote to strike leads to contract extensions.
Union workers at RJF International report for normal shifts for another 30 days, starting Sunday evening.
Members from the Chemical Workers Union voted to strike earlier Sunday night, but the company came back with a 30 day contract extension.
Workers will report for normal shifts starting at midnight.
One union member says negotiations are ongoing and they hope to reach an agreement by the end of the 30 day period.
Another source says workers are unhappy about a possible increase in their insurance rate without a pay raise.
If an agreement can't be reached, union members will most likely take another strike vote.
RJF International is a polymer company located in Marietta.