UAW President Gary Jones Issues Statement on USMCA Announcement

“For a quarter century, NAFTA has been disastrous for working people in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico and a gift to corporations offshoring good U.S. jobs. The true test of a new NAFTA agreement will be in whether it protects and enhances opportunities for the U.S. workforce and leads to higher wages and benefits for

‘American Idle’ No More

UAW Launches BuildBuyUSA Song and Video Contest; $5.000 Prize to Update ‘Look for the Union Label’ Jingle Detroit, Mich. — The UAW wants Americans to buy American. And sing about it. The union, which represents automobile, aerospace and agricultural implement workers, launched a video contest to get Americans thinking about the value of buying goods manufactured

Statement from UAW President Dennis Williams on FCA Announcement

The following is a statement from UAW President Dennis Williams regarding today’s FCA announcement: “We are very happy with FCA’s announcement today as it shows their commitment to the United States, UAW members and their employees. “This announcement confirms ongoing discussions that the UAW leadership have been engaged in with Sergio Marchionne and his team.

Workers at Dayton auto supplier file OSHA complaint

Chemical spills, lack of protective gear endanger Creative Foam workers who make auto parts for Ford, GM, Mercedes, Toyota at Dayton plant — Complaint comes as workers prepare to vote on joining UAW in effort to win safe, good jobs Dayton, Ohio – Autoworkers at the Creative Foam plant in Dayton filed a complaint Thursday

Study Shows Effects of Low Manufacturing Wages

Berkeley — Just over a third of non-supervisory manufacturing production workers in the United States and half of the nation’s manufacturing workers hired through temporary agencies rely on at least one public assistance program to support themselves or their families, according to research by the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Labor Research and Education.

Study: One in three U.S. manufacturing workers on public aid

Berkeley — Just over a third of non-supervisory manufacturing production workers in the United States and half of the nation’s manufacturing workers hired through temporary agencies rely on at least one public assistance program to support themselves or their families, according to research by the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Labor Research and Education.

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