TORONTO, November 5, 2020 /CNW/ – Unifor`s Master Bargaining Committee has reached an interim agreement that is unanimously recommended for 1,700 members working at General Motors in St. Catharines, Oshawa and Woodstock to avoid a strike this morning. Will the agreement be distributed before the ratification meetings? Where do I know what the preliminary agreement says? The bargaining team at UAW Local 6000 has reached a preliminary agreement with the State of Michigan in contract negotiations on wages and benefits for the two-year period effective October 1, 2017. The interim agreement for UAW members working for the State of Michigan involves salary increases over the two-year contract. At Now, as an interim agreement has been reached, you may have questions about what will follow. Here are some frequently asked questions that may arise. Negotiators from Kohler Co. and United Auto Workers have tentatively agreed on a new employment contract, the local union president said Tuesday night. If approved by the membership of UAW Local 833, the agreement would end a strike of about 2,000 workers that began four and a half weeks ago. Read the Toronto Chamber – Unifor Master Bargaining Committee has secured an interim agreement that is unanimously recommended for 1,700 members who work at General Motors in St. Catharines, Oshawa and Woodstock, and to avoid a strike this morning. Unifor`s national president will give more information at a press conference that will be broadcast live on Facebook tomorrow morning.
Until then, there will be no further comments. Detroit – The UAW announced today that hourly workers, both in production and crafts, have reached a preliminary agreement with FCA US LLC. “For many months, during the General Motors strike and Ford negotiations, our UAW bargaining committee worked hard to maintain productive negotiations with the FCA,” said Cindy Estrada, UAW Vice President, Director of your bargaining committee, who has worked hard to reach the best possible agreement since negotiations began in February 2015. The support and participation of our members, including the completion of a strong strike mandate, has been instrumental in achieving this settlement. But your participation is always necessary. It is now time for members to vote on the interim agreement recommended by their union bargaining committee.