Statement from UAW President Dennis Williams

“We are disheartened by the misconduct alleged in today’s indictment. Ms. King is no longer with the union and hasn’t been since February 2016. Based on our own internal investigation, we believe anyone who engaged in intentional misconduct is no longer employed by the UAW. We continue to cooperate with the DOJ and share information

Letter to UAW members from UAW President Dennis Williams

DOWNLOAD A PDF OF THE LETTER Brothers and Sisters, By now, you probably have seen the media reports about the recent DOJ investigation and indictment, which I wrote to you about last week (see the letter here). This is certainly one of the toughest moments our union has faced in years. We are heartbroken and

Solidarity Without Borders

FCA Global Union Alliance Plans First U.S. Conference in Detroit Union leaders whose members work at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group around the world will convene in March to seek solutions to problems of mutual concern to the company and its unions. The UAW is among 12 unions from eight countries expected to send delegates

New UAW Legal Services Plan to Begin Opening Cases

The UAW-FCA-Ford-General Motors Legal Services Plan that was  negotiated in 2015 contracts will begin taking cases on Wednesday, Jan. 25. “I am pleased to announce that UAW members will be able to participate in this benefit starting next Wednesday, and I would like to commend vice presidents Jimmy Settles, Cindy Estrada and Norwood Jewell, and

FCA US plans on investing in Illinois and Ohio plants

Investments in assembly plants total more than $1 billion 1,000 new jobs to be created Plants will be retooled to support growth of Jeep® brand Brings total U.S. investment to more than $6.8 billion with more than 23,500 jobs created since June 2009 AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – FCA US today announced that it will invest

UAW members mourn the passing of former International Vice President Marc Stepp

Marc Stepp was the first African-American to lead negotiations at a Detroit 3 automaker. The UAW’s International Executive Board and members recently bid farewell to Marc Stepp, “a trailblazer, a beloved union leader and a committed community activist,” said UAW President Dennis Williams. “Marc set several milestones, including being the first African-American to lead negotiations

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