UAW and Automakers Try to Reach Deal Before Strike Widens
They held talks over the weekend
The United Auto Workers (UAW) and Chrysler-parent Stellantis are set to resume bargaining talks Monday morning as a strike against the Detroit Three automakers enters its fourth day.
Union negotiators and representatives of General Motors, Ford and Stellantis held talks over the weekend in an attempt to end one of the most ambitious U.S. industrial labor actions in decades.
The coordinated strike, which has seen the union strike at all three automakers simultaneously for the first time, comes at a time when approval of labor unions among Americans is at its highest point in decades even as membership in unions has fallen for years and recently remains largely unchanged.
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