UAW Members Ratify Historic Contracts at Ford, GM and Stellantis

After the historic Stand Up Strike, UAW members at Ford, General Motors and Stellantis have voted to ratify their new contracts, locking in record gains at the Big Three automakers. Across the three companies, 64% of voting members voted in favor of the agreements. “The members have spoken. After years of cutbacks, months of our

GM Management Needs to Pick up the Pace

Oct. 20, 2023 – Our UAW-GM national negotiators had an extremely busy week, but General Motors still lags behind the other automakers on a number of fronts. GM management is not showing the urgency we need to see as we enter the sixth week of our Stand Up strike. The update below shows where we’re

More Members Stand Up in Our Strike Against GM

Sept. 23, 2023 – Our national negotiators told GM they had to make substantial progress at the table by noon Friday or we would expand our Stand Up Strike. Unfortunately, the company kept moving slowly, so yesterday we called on members at the company’s 18 parts distribution facilities across the country to Stand Up and

Statement from UAW President Fain on GM’s Latest Proposal

In response to GM’s proposal submitted on September 7, UAW President Shawn Fain released the following statement: “After refusing to bargain in good faith for the past six weeks, only after having federal labor board charges filed against them, GM has come to the table with an insulting proposal that doesn’t come close to an

Breaking Down GM’s Insulting Offer

On September 7, General Motors finally submitted their first counterproposal to the economic demands that we put on the table more than a month ago. As UAW President Shawn Fain said, it is “an insulting proposal that doesn’t come close to an equitable agreement for America’s autoworkers.” Click here for a comparison of our Members’


LOUISVILLE, Ky. – UAW President Shawn Fain announced today that the union’s strike authorization vote passed with near universal approval from the 150,000 union workers at Ford, General Motors and Stellantis. Final votes are still being tabulated, but the current combined average across the Big Three was 97% in favor of strike authorization. The vote