UAW gives official notice to GM terminating National Agreement effective at 11:59 p.m. this Sunday, October 25, 2015

See the original letter here October 24, 2015 Cathy Clegg, Vice President GMNA Labor Relations Mfg. “C” Building MC 480-108-111 30400 Mound Road Warren, Ml 48090 Dear Ms. Clegg, In accordance with the parties’ September 14, 2015 Memorandum of Understanding extending the termination date of the September 16, 2011 National Agreement and Salaried Master Agreement,

UAW and GM Extend Contract Deadline

In a message from UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada and the 2015 UAW-GM National Negotiating Team, the UAW confirmed that they had extended this year’s contract deadline with General Motors. The full statement as it appeared on the UAW’s Facebook page: A Message from UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada and your 2015 GM National Bargaining

UAW, GM Open 2015 Contract Talks

DETROIT — UAW President Dennis Williams, surrounded by UAW negotiating committee members and GM cars built by UAW members, officially began 2015 contract negotiations with General Motors today with a handshake with GM’s negotiating team at the UAW-GM Center for Human Resources (CHR). UAW and GM negotiating teams will conduct contract talks at the UAW-GM

UAW statements on GM profit-sharing

“General Motors announcement today leaves no doubt about the strong, stable environment the GM/UAW collective bargaining agreement created. GM has demonstrated that the company can profit, shareholders can have value and our members can be rewarded for their hard work. A healthy company is one in which all succeed and today General Motors, our UAW

In Victory for Spring Hill Workers and Families, UAW and GM Announce Cadillac SRX As New Product for Spring Hill Manufacturing, $191 Million Investment in SGE Program

Spring Hill, Tenn. – Today, in a victory for Tennessee’s workers and families, UAW International and Local 1853 joined with executives from General Motors to announce the Cadillac SRX as one of two future mid-size vehicles set for manufacturing at the Spring Hill plant, as well as a $191 million investment at the Spring Hill

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