What's at stake as 13,000 workers go on strike at major US auto makers
Approximately 13,000 auto workers have gone on strike at three factories after failing to reach an agreement with Detroit's automakers. The United Auto Workers union is seeking higher wages and improved benefits from General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis. The union also wants concessions that were made by workers during the companies' financial difficulties to be reinstated.
13,000 workers from Detroit's three automakers go on strike seeking better wages
UAW workers strike all three Detroit automakers; union seeks wage increases, restoration of benefits lost in 2007. Workers want to ensure union representation at joint-venture electric vehicle battery factories. Companies face unprecedented demands on capital as they develop and build new electric vehicles. Strike could cause dealers to run short of vehicles, prices to rise, and be a factor in next year's presidential election.
U.S. auto union to strike at three Detroit Three factories
The United Auto Workers union said on Thursday workers would walk off the job at three Detroit Three factories at midnight, barring a last-minute agreement, setting up the most ambitious U.S. industrial labor action in decades.
Workers strike at all 3 Detroit automakers, a new tactic to squeeze companies for better pay
Nearly one in 10 of America’s unionized auto workers went on strike Friday at Detroit’s three automakers. They are seeking higher wages in an era of big profits, and as
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