Tag: UAW

Check out our YouTube Channel!

There are many ways to communicate in today’s world. One of the fastest growing tools we use to do this at the UAW is video. You may have seen the videos featured on Facebook highlighting member stories gathered by the UAW’s PRO-Member team. But you should also check our the UAW YouTube channel which houses a wide variety of videos as well. Our UAW YouTube Channel and the videos on it are a valuable source of information about our great union and feature UAW news stories, mini-documentaries, commercials, companion videos to Solidarity stories, history and legacy videos, stories from the front lines ... Read more

UAW Statement on GM Profit Sharing

Statement from UAW Vice President and Director of the UAW’s GM Department, Cindy Estrada: “UAW members will go home to their families today knowing that their hard work and innovative team work have paid off. Through collective bargaining those UAW members eligible will receive up to $11,000 in GM profit sharing. Together, UAW members are sharing in the quality products and record sales of GM cars and trucks.”

Maryland State UAW-CAP endorses Chris Van Hollen for U.S. Senate

Kensington, MD – Today the Maryland State United Auto Workers (UAW) Community Action Program announced they are endorsing Chris Van Hollen for U.S. Senate. The group represents over 15,000 active and retired members and their families in Maryland. In announcing their endorsement of Van Hollen for U.S. Senate, Ray Curry, director of UAW Region 8 said, “Our union and its members in Maryland intend to do all within our power to support and advance Chris Van Hollen’s candidacy because of his commitment to Maryland’s working families. “Maryland UAW members are tireless champions for families in our state – on  everything ... Read more

Kohler, union reach tentative deal on new contract

Negotiators for Kohler Co. and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor contract, the local union president said Tuesday night. If approved by the membership of UAW Local 833, the deal would end a strike by some 2,000 workers that began four and a half weeks ago. Read the full article on jsonline.com >>>