Ford and Stellantis workers join those at GM in approving contract settlement

Recently the news has come on the internet that the United Auto Workers union overwhelmingly approved the latest agreements with Ford and Stellantis, which along with a similar deal with General Motors will increase pay across the industry, force automakers to absorb higher prices, and assist in reshaping the auto business as it turns away from gasoline fueled vehicles. Since the news has come on the internet and it went viral on the social media platforms. Now lots of people are super curious to know about the whole information about the news. In this article, we will give complete information about the news, so let’s continue the article.


Stellantis is a multinational automotive manufacturing corporation formed from the merger of the Italian-American conglomerate Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the Franch PSA Group. This company is headquartered in Amsterdam. Employees at Stellantis, maker of Jeep, Dodge, and Ram vehicles, voted 68.8 percent in favor of the deal. Their approval brought to a close an argumentative labor dispute that included name-calling and a series of punishing strikes that imposed elevated prices on the firms and led to important gains in pay and benefits for UAW employees. Swipe up the next page for more information about the news.

According to the report, the Stellantis deal passed away by an approximately 10,000 vote margin, with vote counts concluding Saturday afternoon. Workers at Ford voted 69.3 percent in favor of the pact, which passed with close to a 15,000 vote margin in balloting that finished early Saturday. Earlier this week, GM employees approved a similar contract. Currently, this news is making headlines on the internet as they are super curious to know about the whole information about it. You are on the correct page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

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The Long Battle

The contracts, which run until April 2028, will finish confrontational talks that started last summer and led to six-week-long strikes at three automakers. Shawn Fain, the pugnacious new UAW leader, had branded the firm enemies of the UAW who were led by an overpaid CEO announcing the days of union cooperation with the automakers were over. Following summerlong negotiations that failed to make a deal, Fain kicked off strikes on 15 September at one group plant at each company. Here we have more information about the news. Stay connected with us for more updates.

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