The United Auto Workers (UAW) may employ a strategy similar to the 1998 strike if they decide to strike against the Detroit automakers next month, potentially causing serious damage to the industry by targeting key component plants or focusing on one automaker while striking at plants that produce its bestselling vehicles.
United Auto Workers members have overwhelmingly authorized a strike against General Motors, Ford Motor, and Stellantis during ongoing contract negotiations, with an average of 97% of members supporting the action, although the final votes are still being counted.
The UAW has filed unfair labor practice charges against General Motors and Stellantis for refusing to bargain in good faith during contract negotiations, while Ford Motor Co. offered a contract that fell short of what the union deemed fair, resulting in a charge from the UAW as well.
United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain is prepared to initiate strikes against General Motors, Ford Motor, and Stellantis if necessary, as the contract negotiations reach an expiration deadline, and charges of unfair labor practices have been filed against GM and Stellantis by the union, increasing the likelihood of a strike.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union has made a labor contract counterproposal to Ford Motor, while Chrysler parent company Stellantis plans to make its counteroffer this week, as talks intensify ahead of the expiration of the current labor agreements.
Negotiations between UAW and automakers fail to reach a deal, with the Big Three offering inadequate wage increases and rejecting key demands, potentially leading to a strike if no agreement is reached by the contract deadline.
The United Auto Workers union will strike against Detroit automakers if labor deals are not reached by Thursday's deadline, according to UAW President Shawn Fain.
The United Auto Workers union has gone on strike against General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis simultaneously, demanding increased wages, benefits, and job protections, marking the first time in its history that it has struck all three of America's unionized automakers at once.
UAW President Shawn Fain is injecting chaos into negotiations with striking autoworkers, implementing a unique strike strategy to maximize leverage and keep the automakers guessing, while also pressuring President Joe Biden by withholding the union's endorsement and criticizing his support.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) held a limited and targeted strike against General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis over issues including pay, pensions, and work hours, with demands for a 40% wage increase over four years and improvements to retiree benefits; the automakers have offered wage increases of around 14.5% to 20% over the same period, citing investments in electric vehicle production and the need to balance wage increases with costs associated with EV development.
Senator Bernie Sanders addressed striking United Auto Workers (UAW) employees in Detroit, Michigan, calling out automakers CEOs for their greed and advocating for fair treatment and negotiations.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is rejecting the 21% pay hike offered by Stellantis, the parent company of Chrysler, as autoworkers from Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis went on strike demanding fair wages and improved benefits.
UAW President Shawn Fain gives the Big Three automakers an ultimatum, stating that if they do not make substantial progress towards a fair agreement by Friday, September 22, more members will join the "stand up" strike.
The migration of automakers to the anti-union South and the shift to electric vehicles is threatening the United Auto Workers (UAW) union, as fewer plants in the South are unionized and EV jobs pay less than traditional auto jobs, raising concerns about lower compensation and the future of unions in the auto industry.
The ongoing United Auto Workers strike against the Big Three automakers could result in gains for Tesla and foreign automakers as Ford, GM, and Stellantis face challenges in transitioning to electric vehicles and potentially raising prices, according to Wedbush analysts.
The United Auto Workers union is set to escalate their strike against the Big Three automakers in an effort to combat stagnant wages and other concessions, with UAW President Shawn Fain expected to announce which plants will join the strike next.
The UAW is threatening to escalate its strike against Big Three automakers GM, Ford Motor, and Chrysler parent Stellantis, which could have significant implications for the labor confrontation.
Despite expanding its strike against GM and Stellantis, the United Auto Workers (UAW) union has decided not to expand the number of Ford workers on strike due to progress in negotiations with Ford.
US autoworkers are striking against General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis (formerly Chrysler) to fight for fair wages and benefits, as well as taking on the power of the billionaire class represented by Stellantis chairman John Elkann and his wealthy family dynasty.