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Strike threat grows as UAW, GM near Saturday contract expiration

bizjournals Thursday, 12 September 2019
United Auto Workers representatives are slated to meet with General Motors Co. over the weekend to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement, but some think it ultimately will lead to a strike. The current agreement expires Saturday. UAW leaders are pushing for several key items, including a cost of living allowance, helping new hires move up the ranks faster in hourly pay and restricting the number of temporary hires, Automotive News reports. UAW also pointed out how General Motors (NYSE:…
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