UAW are still striking for the fourth consecutive week at CNH Industrial plants

It is the fourth consecutive week for United Auto Workers at CNH Industrial plants in Wisconsin and Iowa.

UAW workers refused CNH’s deal after meeting multiple times last week. A Union leader says they did not even vote because the offer did not cover any of the contract surveys filled out by members.

For its part, CNH said the Union would not let them present and explain the proposal even though they say it met the terms for economic improvements for employees.

So here is what the deal included: CNH offered a three-year contract, as opposed to the six years UAW wanted. The CNH proposal also offered an 8.5 percent raise by the first year, and UAW said that is not enough to combat inflation despite statistics showing an 8.3% rise in the Consumer Price Index.


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