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United Auto Workers

A U.S. labor union based in Detroit that was established in 1935 to represent workers in the American automotive industry.
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The agreements include several commitments by Ford and Visteon that are specific to UAW workers in Visteon facilities.
We're building a strong presence throughout Freightliner, and that's going to benefit the entire company," said UAW President Ron Gettelfinger.
The late UAW President Walter Reuther was one of the founders of our organization.
The ability of Delphi to accomplish this would speak to the willingness of the UAW to negotiate on this point, and could have implications for the September 2007 negotiations and the OEMs efforts in this area.
2--Color) UAW members hoist signs in protest as they walk the picket line.
The tentative agreement on health care matters is the result of an in- depth analysis of GM's financial situation and many weeks of intense discussion between the UAW and GM.
Local UAW spokesman Buford Buleau said the Indianapolis deal would have no effect on the Janesville talks.
Ford's ability to prevent further cash flow erosion will be dependent on its success in negotiations with the UAW to address the most entrenched and inflexible portions of its cost structure.
UAW and DaimlerChrysler officials joined other guests in recognizing the employee-artists at an evening reception and ribbon cutting at the UAW- DaimlerChrysler National Training Center.
Neither the union nor GM would say what was holding up the talks, though Yokich said several locals had ``some sticky issues'' that UAW leaders decided to resolve before signing the national pact.
E[acute accent]"Associated Spring and the UAW have worked diligently to address the global competitiveness of the Company," said Gregory F.
24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Michigan Nurses Association and the Technical, Office and Professional Department of the UAW announced today a new working partnership: the MNA-UAW HealthCare Workplace Alliance.