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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A total of 2,984 bargaining-unit employees represented by four United Auto Workers locals across the state are employed by the company.
The CIO and United Auto Workers (UAW) dominated organizing in Detroit and the southeast.
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.
Nearly all AFL-CIO unions such as the United Auto Workers, American Federation of Teachers and the United Mine Workers are covered.
Under their present configuration they are part of the United Steel Workers Union and the USW plans to merge with the United Auto Workers, among others, to create a super union.
For over four decades, the distinctive neo-romanesque triangular shaped building at 21 Astor Place in Greenwich Village served as a home for District 65 of the United Auto Workers.
General Motor's Saturn auto subsidiary was conceived in a collaborative environment between General Motors' management and the United Auto Workers.
The agreement is the same one rejected by United Auto Workers Local 1050 last week.
Auto Business News-September 4, 2015--Fiat Chrysler Automobiles considers health care co-op proposed by United Auto Workers
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the United Auto Workers agreed to extend their existing labor contract while discussions on a new contract continue.
He is using innovation and globalization, as well as intelligent bargaining with the United Auto Workers, to alter his cost structure.
GM's Saginaw Malleable plant, however, could face closure after a 2003 GM contract with the United Auto Workers removed the foundry from the protected-plant list.
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