GM to restart Mexican plants after labor deal ratified

GM to restart Mexican plants after labor deal ratified

GM will gradually restart operations at several idled plants in Mexico beginning this weekend, after unionized workers ratified a new labor contract. United Auto Workers (UAW) union announced Friday that its members had formally approved a new four-year labor contract with GM, ending a 40-day strike.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful
R0411
R0411 6 months

I don't care about these overpaid workers and their strike. They were making $50+/hr and were complaining about what? Being underpaid, having their benefits package reduced, or having to work too hard supervising the robots doing all the actual work. Someone please tell me why these spoiled children were striking. They are worse than the over paid teachers striking.

No Signal
No Signal 6 months

unions suck.

justjake
justjake 6 months

good job ya played yourself

Unity.Nat
Unity.Nat 6 months

If you want the auto industry back, dismantle the Unions in order for a better competing economy and higher jobs

michael zubas
michael zubas 6 months

meaning that the workers win!

Lucy
Lucy 6 months

I'm sure Trump and his base will find a way to blame Mexicans or Democrats for this.

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