GM will invest another US$9 billion in labor agreements to end the strike in the US

After almost six weeks, the General Motors, finally, reached an agreement to end the workers’ strike in the United States. To do this, the company will have to pay around US$9.3 billion (around R$45 billion).

(Image: Disclosure/ UAW)

This amount was defined after new work agreements and salary increases, negotiated with the UAW and Canadian Unifor, the category’s unions.

Agreements signed in negotiation

  • 25% salary increase

  • Job stability assured

The latter, in fact, involves unionized employees for the production of electric cars.

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source: Terra


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