As all involved dig in for what’s become an increasingly contentious struggle over a new labor contract, the United Auto Workers expanded its “Stand-Up” strikes to include 38 parts distribution warehouses belonging to General Motors and Stellantis — while sparing Ford Motor Co. Details at Headlight.News.
Detroit Three automakers
It hasn’t taken long for the UAW strike to impact others, as an auto supplier has already implemented layoffs and Ford sent home 600 workers who can’t get needed parts due to the strikes. UAW chief Shawn Fain dismissed the notion the Biden administration could help. Check out the story at Headlight.News.
UAW President Shawn Fain implemented a new strategy in negotiating with the Detroit Three automakers: selectively striking all three companies at the same time. Find out what happened and who’s not happy at Headlight.News.