UAW Volvo Truck in Dublin Virginia Reaches Second Tentative Agreement With Additional Gains

This afternoon, after reconvening for several days, the UAW Volvo Truck Council announced that they have reached a tentative agreement. “UAW members showed incredible patience, resilience and solidarity and made even more solid gains toward fair pay, benefits and job security protections,” said UAW Secretary-Treasurer and Director of the UAW Heavy Truck Department, Ray Curry.

Take the Pledge to End Anti-Asian Racism

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, celebrating the contributions of Asian and Pacific Islanders of America’s past and present. For generations, Asian Americans have helped build and strengthen our communities and our unions. Unfortunately, the last year has seen a startling rise in hateful rhetoric and violence against members of these communities. This hate

Statement on Protocols After Meeting With the COVID-19 Task Force

Detroit – Out of an abundance of caution, the COVID-19 Joint Task Force, comprised of the UAW, Ford, General Motors and Stellantis, has decided to continue to require workers to wear masks at the worksite until the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issues guidelines in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s

UAW Statement on the Local 2069 Ratification Vote at Volvo Truck

UAW Members at Volvo Truck in Dublin, Virginia voted down a tentative agreement in a ratification vote on Sunday. The tentative agreement, negotiated during an April strike, voted against common language by a 91% margin; hourly language was defeated by 91% margin; and salary language was defeated by 83%. Members of UAW Local 2069 will

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