No Strike For CAW As Negotiations Go Day-To-DayThere will not be a strike nor a settlement in the short-term as the Canadian Auto Workers union is now taking negotiations on a day-to-day basis.
No Agreement Yet; CAW Trying Unique Strategy Most of the focus today will be with Ford, but CAW President Ken Lewenza says his negotiators will be working simultaneously to pattern any agreements at GM and Chrysler.
Chrysler Workers To Vote On New ContractUAW workers at Chrysler will wrap up voting on their new contract on Tuesday.
Ford UAW Vote Appears To Be PassingThanks to big, positive votes at locals in Dearborn and Flat Rock, the deal -- which was going down in defeat last week -- now leads with a 58- to 42-percent margin.
Chrysler-UAW Deal Will Have To WaitTalks between the UAW and Chrysler are on hold until 10 a.m. Tuesday, after a marathon session failed to end in a deal.
Ongoing Negotiations Between UAW And Chrysler Despite earlier reports to the contrary -- contract talks are on between Chrysler and the United Auto Workers
Rank-And-File Weigh In On GM/UAW DealThose familiar with the deal are telling of a $5,000 signing bonus, a $3-an-hour raise for lower-tier workers and an adjustment in performance bonuses.
Details Of GM/UAW Tentative Agreement Emerging GM reportedly promising to add jobs as part of an agreement reached with UAW officials.
GM, UAW Optimistic As Labor Talks BeginGeneral Motors and the UAW opening contract talks today with a vow that they will be able to work through differences, and get a deal that rewards workers, while keeping the company competitive.
A Show Of Unity As Chrysler and UAW Begin Auto Talks"We will not treat Chrysler unfairly, or General Motors unfairly or Ford unfairly," said UAW President Bob King, as the talks began.
UAW President Could Be "Difference Maker" in This Year's TalksWith two weeks to go before the start of this year’s auto talks, a lot of attention is being focused on UAW President Bob King.
Getting Ready For An Important Set of Auto TalksWith three weeks to go before the start of the 2011 auto industry contract talks, analysts are already expecting a creative settlement.