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UAW chief, having won concessions from strikes, aims to expand membership to nonunion automakers

  • Workers at General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis voted to ratify new settlement deals, resulting in richer contracts for UAW members. The agreements include ending wage tiers, improving temporary hires' pay and opportunities for full-time work, and increasing annual 401 contributions.
  • The UAW's successful negotiations have led to nonunion auto companies, such as Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, and Nissan, raising their workers' pay to prevent unionization efforts. The UAW sees itself as an "equalizer" in the battle against corporate exploitation.
  • UAW leader Shawn Fain aims to expand labor unions' influence, expecting resistance from companies like Tesla, which is vehemently against unionization. Fain intends to organize Detroit automakers' EV battery plants and is ready to take action if factories are closed or new ones built elsewhere.
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