Workers at Valspar went on strike Friday morning, but they say it isn't for more money.
The picket lines went up at midnight and have been going all day.
These workers don't like where their company wants to take them.
Union reps say, the new agreement doesn't have a consistent schedule and could make for long hours.
"Being able to get up in the morning, and know you're going to be able to pick up your kids after school, or take them to school and not be called in or forced to work. It's the uncertainty that's the biggest thing. They made a statement saying they want to control 24/7, 365. We think it's unreasonable," said Teamsters Union Rep, Mark Forcht.
For mother of three, Renea Arnold, it's about the quality of life.
"It's a hard life when you're trying to work 12 hours a day, seven days a week, and you have an hour drive each day. Then you try to spend quality time with your family. It's not a life for a mother or even a single person," said Arnold.
The workers weren't in the meetings, but they got the message from their rep, more hours and less time off.
"That's my understanding. I wasn't at the table during negotiations, but that's my understanding that the company was not going to budge. As far as what we're trying to do, we're just trying to spend time with our family. That's the short and long of all of it," said worker, Paul Roof.
Workers say they know the chance their taking when they strike that they could lose their job.
"That's the risk you take. Like I said, we're not asking for really anything, other than just their family. We don't want to be out here on strike. Nobody that of I know of in here does want to be on strike. It isn't good for them, it isn't good for us, but sometimes you've got to stand up for yourself," said Roof.
Valspar refused to go on camera, but did release this statement.
We are open to any further discussion and our concern is that our product is still delivered to our customers.
The workers on strike say they'll go as long as they have to.
Forcht said the Teamsters Union does provide strike pay, but it's not the same as their full pay, and they have to walk the picket lines.
Valspar is a paint industry that employs around 90 people, but only around 40 are involved in the strike.