They are greeted by a three-year-old girl, the daughter of General Motors strikers. It is not clear if striking members would go back to work, which has been past tradition, or remain on strike until a ratification vote is complete.
The last time the UAW went on a nationwide strike against GM for this long was in 1970. This has become a central focus of the strike. He says the only pay he and other hourly workers are receiving is $250 a week from the union. "The people I am standing with here, this is family".
United Auto Workers (UAW) members went on strike at GM on September 16 seeking higher pay, greater job security, a bigger share of the leading USA automaker's profit and protection of their healthcare benefits.
Elements suppliers, particularly more compact types wherever GM is the most important consumer, are also starting off to get strike, suggests Morningstar analyst David Whiston.
The UAW lost two major high-profile elections in the South in recent years, at Volkswagen in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in June of 2019, and at Nissan in Canton, Mississippi, in August of 2017.
Steve Ferguson Sr. told News Channel 5: 'UAW is trying to get a change around health care. Whiston estimates that the get the job done stoppage will value the UAW's about $750 million strike fund about $31.five million per week in strike pay and wellbeing care expenditures. "When I first started in the 70s, there were 850,000 workers", Borchers said.
The move is a sign that contract talks are getting close to finishing.
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The Harrodsburg plant has 1,000 employees still on the job.
"I truly believe that there is a way that we can all get along, and we all can make a profit, but when greed gets in the way - and that's their religion, nothing but greed - labor is going to suffer and we've just had enough", says Carlos Lizarraga.
Talks ran late into the evening on Tuesday and began again early Wednesday morning, representatives for both sides said.
"All across this country, working people are sick and exhausted of working two or three jobs (and see) their health care benefits go down and their wages go down (while) seeing the CEOs get huge compensation packages", he said.
One of the picketers, James Wilson, spoke with 41 Action News, saying he's been picketing since last Monday and was part of the 2008 strike as well.
Members of Local 431 have been supported by other Denver-area unions, including other UAW locals, the Teamsters, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and others, who have donated food and picketed with striking workers outside the Aurora facility.