United Auto Workers President Bob King said Thursday that a coalition of unions will push for an amendment to the Michigan Constitution that bars so-called “right-to-work” legislation outlawing contracts that require employees to join unions.
The United Auto Workers Union is fighting back, taking issue with GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s attacks on the union’s role in the auto industry bailout.
Even though skilled trades workers at Chrysler voted against their tentative deal, the UAW leadership has now declared that agreement ratified.
UAW president Bob King has summoned local Chrysler leaders to Detroit for a meeting on Monday.
GM reportedly promising to add jobs as part of an agreement reached with UAW officials.
With a little over two weeks to go until the contract deadline, UAW President Bob King says he’s “upbeat” about this year’s talks.
If you think getting through the state’s budget with painful cuts on things like education and film/brownfield incentives was difficult, hold onto your seats sports fans as Gov. Rick Snyder says the toughest part of reinventing is still ahead.
Exclusive interviews gathered at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual Mackinac Policy Conference with Gov. Rick Snyder, auto execs Bob King, Bill Ford Jr., and Mark Reuss plus the Detroit Public School’s Emergency Financial Manager Roy Roberts.
In the only speech from a labor leader scheduled for the Mackinac Policy Conference, UAW president Bob King urged business owners and executives to reject political extremism.
The issue of collective bargaining takes center stage at a press conference with UAW leaders.