UAW Mothers: Fighting for a better life

We are rerunning this story from last year’s May-June Solidarity magazine for Mother’s Day this year. Mothers are an important part of everyone’s life and knowing the power of a union helps them is a solid reminder that the only place women will get equal pay and benefits is when they are in a union.

Ford Investing $1.2 Billion in Three Michigan Facilities, Further Bolstering Leadership in Trucks, SUVs, Mobility

$850 million Michigan Assembly Plant upgrade supports return of Ford Ranger, Bronco $150 million investment and 130 jobs at Romeo Engine expands capacity for engine components for several vehicles, including Ranger and Bronco $200 million investment for advanced data center in Michigan supports Ford’s expansion to an auto and mobility company and expected dramatic increase

Union Front: Legal Services for Detroit 3 Members Returns

Restoration of Free Legal Help was Part of 2015 Bargaining Most people know about the hard sacrifices UAW members made to keep the domestic auto industry afloat a decade ago. The cuts were painful but ultimately were successful in helping to turn the industry around. Now, some of those things that were sacrificed earlier are

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

Statement from UAW Vice President Jimmy Settles on Ford Announcement

The following is a statement from Jimmy Settles, UAW Vice President and Director of the National Ford Department Today’s announcement by Ford Motor Company honoring their commitment in the 2015 collective bargaining agreement to the men and women of Michigan Assembly and UAW Local 900 Is yet another example of what the union and the

UAW President’s Statement on Today’s Announcements

The following is a statement from UAW President Dennis Williams in reference to a tweet from President-Elect Donald Trump regarding the Chevy Cruze and today’s announcement by Ford Motor Company that Ford is cancelling plans for a new plant in Mexico and investing $700 million at their Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan. “The UAW has long believed

Flex is defined by its signature style, from the distinctive grille that comes in chrome (SE and SEL) and sophisticated satin-aluminum (Limited) finish to the standard bright dual exhaust tips. Flex Limited features silver lower grille stripes, 19-inch painted aluminum wheels and a satin-aluminum liftgate applique. There’s also the super stylish appearance package and two-tone

Luxury inside. Style outside. The overall craftsmanship and attention to detail can be seen wherever you look.

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