An Update from UAW-GM Vice President Terry Dittes to Members

Dear Union Brothers and Sisters: All unsettled proposals are now at the Main Table and have been presented to General Motors, and we are awaiting their response. This back and forth will continue until Negotiations are complete. The International Staff and your elected Bargaining Committee have been working countless hours to reach an Agreement on

Solidarity Sunday to continue every Sunday until contract ratification

Dear Sisters and Brothers, Thank you for your participation in last Sunday’s Solidarity Sunday; due to the overwhelming response from our members we will continue to hold “Solidarity Sunday” every Sunday until we ratify the contract at the UAW General Motors and Aramark picket lines across the nation and I again encourage your participation. We

Standing Together and Standing Strong on Solidarity Sunday!

This past Sunday was a historic day capping a historic week in the fight for: ✓ Fair Wages ✓ Affordable Quality Health Care ✓ Our Share of Profits ✓ Job Security ✓ A Defined Path to Permanent Seniority for Temps That is what UAW members striking against GM are fighting for. And this past Sunday,

Day Six of the UAW-GM Strike: All for One and One for All

Across the country, UAW members, families and communities are proving the motto “all for one and one for all.” From Michigan to Ohio, Kansas to Kentucky—even in Wyoming people are standing side-by-side in solidarity, community organizations are donating food, diapers and necessary services, and businesses are providing strike discounts for UAW workers and their families.

Solidarity Sunday

Dear Sisters and Brothers, On Sunday, September 22, 2019, at the UAW General Motors and Aramark picket lines across the nation – I encourage your participation in Solidarity Sunday. We are inviting people of faith and others to join the picket lines in support as we recognize one full week since the start of this

UAW Statement on Criminal Complaint Against Jeff Pietrzyk

“The charges against Jeff Pietrzyk are serious, and the conduct outlined in his charges is not just illegal, it is an affront to every member of the UAW.  The UAW has already made changes to its purchasing procedures that require three bids and pushed the Joint Program Centers to significantly tighten their accounting controls to

Update: A Letter from UAW-GM Vice President Terry Dittes to Members

Dear Union Brothers and Sisters: Today we enter the 4th day of our National Strike with General Motors. I can report to you that as of today, some progress has been made, but there are still many of our Memberships’ issues that remain unresolved. Your elected Bargaining Committee and the UAW International Staff have been

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