Canadian suppliers 'hot' over proposed changes in labor regulationsMay 19
Tesla's aspiring unionizer laments Musk's attempt to 'trash' himFeb. 10
Jose Moran commutes more than an hour from California's Central Valley to Tesla's Fremont factory every morning for a shift that usually starts around 5:25 a.m. and ends in the late afternoon. His Thursday was anything but typical.
Unions brace for pro-business shift in U.S. labor policyNov. 9, 2016
Unions face sweeping changes to U.S. labor law and regulations under a new Republican administration that is expected to tilt policy toward employers. Republican nominees will also control the National Labor Relations Board, which under Democratic President Barack Obama has sought to make it easier for unions to organize.
Hyundai's S. Korean union overwhelmingly rejects wage dealAug. 26, 2016
Clinton, if elected, plans to renegotiate NAFTA, UAW chief saysJuly 26, 2016
UAW President Dennis Williams said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has assured him she would renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement if she is elected president. The UAW wants an updated treaty to help foster stronger unions in Mexico, where many automakers operate factories.
Marc Stepp, head of UAW's Chrysler department in rocky 1970s, dies at 93June 7, 2016
Marc Stepp, who as head of the UAW's Chrysler department negotiated steep cuts in pay and other benefits for thousands of factory workers as the ailing automaker teetered near bankruptcy and angled for a historic U.S. government rescue in the late 1970s, has died. Stepp, 93, was the first African-American to lead bargaining for the union at a Detroit automaker.