UAW Bolsters Financial Controls After Embezzlement ScandalThe United Auto Workers union has replaced its auditing firm, added four internal auditors and has hired a big accounting firm to study its financial controls in an effort to prevent embezzlement and bribery discovered in a federal probe of the union.
United Auto Workers Reject Contract Deal With Fiat Chrysler"We don’t consider this a setback; we consider the membership vote a part of the process we respect."
Fiat Chrysler, UAW Extend Contract By The Hour, Continue NegotiationsThe Monday midnight deadline has come and gone -- and Fiat Chrysler workers remain on the job without a new contract.
Lawsuit: Michigan Wrongly Charging Unemployment Aid ApplicantsThe suit says Michigan's "robo-adjudication system" violates applicants' constitutional rights.
UAW: Mitt Romney Has It All WrongThe 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.
UAW Membership On The RiseGood news is hard to come by in the labor movement these days, but the United Auto Workers Union has something to smile about.
UAW March Targets Banks, Tax BreaksThe United Auto Workers Union wrapped up its bargaining convention with a noisy march through downtown Detroit.
UAW Chief: Organizing Transplants Vital to Union FutureThe president of the United Auto Workers union says his organization’s future is directly tied to its ability to organize U.S. plants owned by foreign based car companies.
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