The United Auto Workers and General Motors ratify a contract to end the strike at General Motors plants across the United States.
General Motors and the United Auto Workers announce that they have reached a tentative deal to end a month-long strike that cost the company US$2 billion. It will be sent to union members tomorrow for final approval. If approved, workers will receive a pay raise and temporary workers will be granted a more simplified path to full-time employment.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and the United Auto Workers (UAW) reach a new tentative four-year labor agreement, averting a threatened strike of the automaker’s U.S. operations. The agreement must be ratified by a vote of FCA's 40,000 U.S. union workers, who rejected the previous proposal earlier this month. If ratified, the UAW intends to use the pact as a template for negotiations with General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Company.
General Motors announces that it will pay its United States hourly workers more than $4000 each as a share of profits. [http:--www.freep.com-article-20110214-BUSINESS0101-110214013-1318-HSS1201-GM-says-ll-pay-hourly-workers-bonuses-topping-4-000 ("Detroit Free Press")]date=May 2020