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Detroit Three, UAW Will Square Off Over Wages, U.S. Jobs

The Big Three U.S. automakers and the United Auto Workers union will kick off bargaining Monday for new contracts that would set how much more robust, post-recession profits the industry shares with workers, and determine union costs to win more U.S. jobs, reports Reuters. UAW leaders said they will insist on raises for 139,000 blue-collar ... Read More »

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Ford Executive Indicates Desire for Level Playing Field on Labor Costs

Ford Motor Co’s Americas chief indicated on Wednesday that the No. 2 U.S. automaker will be looking to bring its labor costs in line with those of its smaller rival Fiat Chrysler Automobiles when it opens talks this summer with the union representing its hourly workers, reported Reuters. Joe Hinrichs, speaking at a Bank of ... Read More »

Former UAW Vice President General Holiefield Dies

He was the number two man at the UAW, and responsible for spearheading some of the biggest negotiations during the auto industry’s bleak period of the late 2000s, reported MLive. General Holiefield passed away at the age of 61 Monday after battling pancreatic cancer. Holiefield retired from the UAW last year after twice being elected ... Read More »

2015 Collective Bargaining Between UAW, Detroit Automakers to Feature New CEOs and Union Leaders

UAW's Williams: 'No More Concessions'

UAW Elects New Union President; Dennis Williams Wins 98.5% of the Vote

UAW Approves First Dues Increase Since 1967

Proposed Dues Hike Divides UAW

Fiat To Acquire Remaining Chrysler Shares

UAW wants to eliminate two-tier wage system