United Auto Workers


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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 CIO and United Auto Workers (UAW) dominated organizing in Detroit and the southeast.
Years ago, the United Auto Workers and others softened their reflexive hostility to management by signing off on "partnership" agreements aimed at improving competitiveness.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a company formed by the reorganisation of Fiat and Chrysler, is considering a health care co-op proposed by the United Auto Workers to reduce increasing costs.
s assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, voted Wednesday against joining the United Auto Workers (UAW), the Japanese automaker said.
It included local unions like the United Auto Workers, the AFL-CIO, and the Ohio chapters of the NAACP, the National Organization for Women, and the National Council of Senior Citizens.
Jordon, former Congresswomen from Texas; Donald Keough, president of the Coca-Cola Company and Douglas Fraser, former president of the United Auto Workers.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) failed in organization attempts at two Japanese automobile plants in the US--Honda in Marysville, Ohio and Nissan in Smyrna, Tenn.
The workers gave up profit-sharing in return for a 75-cent-an-hour raise in 1982, and the company only reluctantly agreed to allow the board seat held by United Auto Workers President Douglas Fraser to go to his successor, Owen Bieber.
The United Auto Workers has reached an agreement with General Motors, and bargaining has shifted to the Ford Motor Co.
The agreement is the same one rejected by United Auto Workers Local 1050 last week.
Auto Business News-August 27, 2014--Daimler AG to pay USD480m to United Auto Workers union
Delphi had 27,500 unionized workers as of June 30, and 12,400 United Auto Workers union members previously accepted early retirement and buyout offers.
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