Today, the UAW met with Honeywell to resume bargaining. The union came prepared to bargain and made proposals addressing the concerns UAW local memberships have with Honeywell’s final offer. The company brought no new proposals to settle the lockout.
Further, after a two-month delay in allowing the union access to its South Bend, Indiana, facility, Honeywell frustrated the union’s efforts by not living up to its legal obligation to allow a comprehensive health and safety review — a review that is vital to our ongoing collective bargaining. Today, the UAW filed an action with the National Labor Relations Board to make Honeywell follow the law and allow our experts to conduct a full health and safety review.
The UAW continues to demand that Honeywell end the lockout, return our members to work, and bargain in good faith to reach a comprehensive agreement.
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