Statement by UAW President Ray Curry Calling on Congress To Pass a Comprehensive Infrastructure Bill

“UAW members understand firsthand that infrastructure in the United States desperately needs to be modernized. Every day UAW members make products that are impacted by the current state of our roads, bridges, internet capability, and electrical grid reliability. In addition, Congress must make major investments to ensure Electric Vehicles and the Batteries that Electric Vehicles

Referendum Election

Please click here for a letter regarding the Referendum Election and actions that all local unions and all local union members must take no later than July 28, 2021.

UAW Volvo Mack Truck Members in Dublin Virginia Vote, Overall & Hourly Agreements Ratify, Salary Contract Voted Down; Strike Will End

Dublin, Virginia – UAW Local 2069 members ratified the common overall agreement and hourly agreement at Volvo Mack Truck Wednesday and the strike will be suspended. The salaried contract was voted down narrowly. Members will return to work on their Sunday and Monday shifts. “The democratic process played out at Volvo Trucks. UAW Members stood together

Michigan Legislative Update: VOTING SUPPRESSION disguised as VOTER SECURITY, Flint Water Crisis and more

Welcome to the new Michigan Legislative Update Newsletter brought to you by Michigan UAW-CAP. The Community Action Program (CAP) of the UAW is the union’s non-partisan political arm. CAP educates members, both active and retired, on political issues that affect them and their families. Learn more about UAW-CAP, here. Voting suppression disguised as voter security

UAW Statement on Volvo Truck Strike Vote

Striking Volvo Truck workers voted down a tentative agreement Friday, July 9, 2021. The strike will continue. The elected UAW Local 2069 Bargaining Committee will continue to work to negotiate a fair contract that reflects the value of this hardworking membership. We appreciate the solidarity and support of the community as we continue to walk

Joint Statement From UAW President Ray Curry and UAW Vice President Terry Dittes Director of the UAW General Motors Department on USTR Progress Towards Addressing Rights Abuses at GM Silao

“For decades, Mexican workers’ voices have been suppressed by a dysfunctional and corrupt labor law system. In too many cases, employers have coordinated with anti-democratic unions to create “protection” contracts that impose draconian wages and labor conditions on workers. These practices have depressed Mexican workers’ wages, benefits, and working conditions. Mexican autoworkers earn a fraction