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UAW complaints, combined with production problems, could make it easier for the union to organize Tesla plants, experts say.
Former UAW official Keith Mickens has been charged in federal court in connection with the UAW-FCA corruption scandal, the latest in an investigation that has produced four guilty pleas.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is set to resume production of its minivans after striking Unifor workers at a major supplier ratified a new three-year contract.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Monday resumed production of its minivans after striking Unifor workers at a major supplier ratified a new three-year contract.
GM confirmed details of a proposed investment in its loss-making South Korean business, but said it was subject to support from Seoul and GM's Korean union.
The National Automobile Dealers Association is stepping up efforts to help the nation's new-car dealers recruit career-oriented employees, especially technicians.
Unifor members who work at suppliers Avancez, HBPO, Dakkota and ZF in Canada have tentative contracts and strikes at two plants have ended, allowing FCA's Windsor Assembly Plant to keep working.
About 15 percent of GM's South Korean workers have applied for a buyout package that the automaker is offering as part of a drastic restructuring, union officials said.
The president of Canada's largest union called the AFL-CIO's support of President Donald Trump's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs “laughable” and “irresponsible” in a scathing letter.
The UAW's retiree health care trust plans to sell 40 million of its shares in General Motors, a move that could jeopardize the trust's seat on the automaker's board of directors.
GM's South Korean unit said it plans to resume wage talks with its labor union on Wednesday, earlier than expected, as it tries to cut costs and keep its factories open.
GM will propose a base wage freeze and no bonuses this year along with a suspension of some worker benefits at its money-losing South Korean unit to cut costs, according to an internal letter.
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