The new collective agreements of the three main US automakers Ford, Stellantis and General Motors have been approved by their employees. The United Auto Workers announced this news after conducting an unprecedented strike during the negotiations. The strike lasted over six weeks and involved all three groups simultaneously for the first time.
According to the UAW, the union members voted to ratify their new collective bargaining agreements, resulting in record earnings. This marks a significant achievement for the union after the historic strike. The union announced that 64% of members of the three groups voted in favor of ratification of the four-year collective agreements.