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US: UAW’s president believes GM share buyback plan would be premature


United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams sits in an interesting position – the union indirectly has control over the biggest single chunk of General Motors shares. This is why Williams, in an interview with Reuters, expressed his opinion on the investor group’s proposal for a GM strategy to lift shareholder value by acquiring back $8 billion of its stock. The union ...
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US: UAW president wants increased salaries nut plans to help auto companies remain competitive
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams believes that if automakers decided not to hike base wages of their plant workers they would commit an "injustice" – building pressure for the ...
Ford outguns larger General Motors in terms of US factory workforce levels
The second largest US automaker has managed to outgun its larger competitor – General Motors, also the world’s third largest carmaker – when it comes to the number of employed ...
US: UAW workers still expect better wages when negotiations start
Hourly employees represented by the UAW union have found out how big will be their profit-sharing checks coming from the Detroit three automakers. FCA US, formerly Chrysler Group, will award payments ...
US: Ford adds 1,550 jobs to lift F-150 output
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US: Nissan declines government offer for mediation in Mississippi UAW row
Nissan Motor, the second-largest Japanese automaker has rejected an offer coming from the US State Department to mediate a dispute in Mississippi between the carmaker and the United Auto Workers ...
US: UAW affiliated workers ready to find profit-sharing quotas
The Detroit’s Three 141,000 UAW workers are getting ready to find out during the next few days how much celebrating they have to do – as companies will report the ...
US: FCA CEO believes UAW wage system incomplete
Sergio Marchionne, chief executive officer of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) NV and the architect behind Fiat SpA’s acquisition of the third largest US automaker Chrysler and subsequent merger, believes the ...
US: the UAW faces big challenge to increase wages
UAW President Dennis Williams has openly stated that after going around almost a decade with the same base wage, longtime autoworkers now deserve a salary increase. But he swiftly and niftily ...
US: automakers should expect the UAW to demand pay raises in 2015
According to UAW President Dennis Williams, the well known United Auto Workers union will seek to gain a higher paycheck for the represented workers when the representatives start negotiations with ...

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