Updated: Locked out UAW members at Honeywell receive contract offer

UAW Local 9 members in South Bend, Indiana, and those at Local 1508 in Green Island, New York, have received an offer from Honeywell for a new, five-year collective bargaining agreement and have agreed to present it positively to membership. The UAW members, who have been locked out of their jobs for over nine months, have

UAW reaches tentative agreement with Challenge Manufacturing to end strike

Kansas City, Mo.– Over 300 UAW members at Challenge Manufacturing have reached their first tentative agreement to end a three-week strike. “We congratulate UAW members of Local 710 at Challenge Manufacturing on their first contract after difficult negotiations,” said UAW President Dennis Williams. Members of Local 710 at Challenge Manufacturing reached their first tentative agreement after

Union Front: Providing Hope to Struggling Military Families

The UAW Staff Council, in partnership with the International, provided financial support, as well as labor, for the construction of the home on the VFW’s campus that is named after the late UAW President Stephen P. Yokich. UAW Members Give $13,000 Donation to VFW National Home for Children The UAW Staff Council, an organization that

Union Front: Lake Orion GM Plant for Autonomous Chevy Bolts

Driver or No driver, Local 5960 Workers Build Quality UAW members at Local 5960 in Lake Orion, Michigan, have been building quality vehicles for drivers for decades. Now they will build quality vehicles for cars without drivers. General Motors announced in December that its Orion Township assembly plant will build test fleet Chevrolet Bolt EVs

Together we win: Columbia University Graduate Workers Gain a Voice

Columbia University graduate workers get set to head to their polling location to vote. Graduate workers at Columbia University in New York celebrated a hard-won victory Dec. 9 when they voted 1,602 to 623 in favor of joining the UAW. With momentum from a landmark National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) ruling four months earlier that

UAW Black History Month Spotlight: Nelson “Jack” Edwards

February is Black History Month, and we’re taking a look back on the contributions of African-American leaders within the UAW like Nelson “Jack” Edwards. Jack Edwards would eventually be called Walter Reuther’s “point man for civil rights.” The road to that designation was filled with dedication to civil rights and the UAW for many years.

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