Thousands of Detroit retirees and city employees must have their ballots on the city’s plan of adjustment in the bankruptcy case turned in this week.
“This would definitely galvanize union leadership,” said Art Schwartz, a retired General Motors labor negotiator. “Like any other group, some people get involved, some people don’t, but I think you’re going to see the unions fight this every way they can.”
As Halloween weekend approaches, American workers voted on the scariest profession, choosing careers ranging from the death-defying to the potentially humiliating.
The United Auto Workers union has asked local leaders from Chrysler to meet in Detroit, normally a sign the union has agreed to a new contract.
Workers at General Motors factories in Flint and Lansing have voted to ratify the automaker’s four-year contract with the United Auto Workers union.
The concert, which started March 19th and titled “Assembly Line, 3rd Shift,” wrapped up at AJ’s Cafe on Nine Mile just after 7 p.m. Sunday night.
A new survey by CareerBuilder finds 72% of workers go to work when sick.
The state faces a shortfall of up to $1.8 billion in the budget that starts Oct. 1, and Governor Snyder has made it clear state workers will share in the sacrifices needed to balance the books.
A state of emergency declared in Wayne after furniture store explosion leaves two people dead, two others hospitalized.
Ford Motor Co.’s third-quarter net income rose 68 percent as it grabbed a bigger share of the U.S. auto market and buyers paid more for its highly-rated cars and trucks. It was Ford’s sixth straight […]