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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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See especially The Auto Worker, The Auto Workers News, the early years of United Automobile Worker, and the various Communist shop papers, such as The Ford Worker, The Fisher Body Worker, The Dodge Worker, The Hudson Worker, etc.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is paying an average of USD8,800 bonuses to 47,000 eligible hourly-paid employees of the United Automobile Workers union.
Workers began returning to two General Motors brake factories Friday afternoon, ending their 17-day strike with local disputes resolved but critical national issues unsettled between the company and the United Automobile Workers.
For Jimmy Carter, the legislation offered a means to try to retain the support of the United Automobile Workers in the face of a seemingly strong 1980 presidential primary challenge from Senator Edward M.
Recent factors include progress to date under the company's cost reduction plan, the settlement with the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and the launch of the new F-150 truck.
vii) In particular, Gindin wants to explore the reasons for the CAW's 1985 decision to break away from the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and to examine the demands that historic event placed on the Canadian union.
bargained with the International Association of Machinists (IAM), the United Automobile Workers (UAW), and the Seattle Professional Engineering Employees Association (SPEEA), representing 100,000 workers.
This, when combined with the current United Automobile Workers (UAW) contract, makes it difficult for Visteon to not only manage the cost of its union labor (as Ford is responsible for negotiations) but also makes workforce reductions more difficult.
Yokich, former President of the United Automobile Workers (UAW), this program embraces Mr.
Amberg uses the United Automobile Workers (UAW) as a case study to examine more closely the process which ultimately left labour a relatively powerless special interest group.
Negotiators for Local 2488 of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America reached agreement on a new 3-year labor contract that provided gains in wages, health care, and retirement benefits for some 3,200 workers at the company's plant in Normal, IL.
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