The five-month strike at Bluegrass Station in Lexington is coming to an end.
Members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local 219 voted Monday afternoon to ratify a settlement with AllSource Global Management, said Randy Groth, CEO of AllSource.
The company is a subcontractor for Lockheed Martin.
"As I understand, the strike is over," he said. "It's time for everybody to come together and heal."
The union has been on strike since Oct. 1 in protest of salary cuts proposed by AllSource. More than 100 workers picketed over wage cuts of about 30 percent.
Union spokesman Bob Wood said Monday that the settlement included much smaller salary cuts — less than 5 percent — than originally demanded by the contractors, who supply Army Special Forces units.
Groth said he expected workers would come back to work in phases starting Monday.