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12UAW ratifies new four-year Chrysler labor contract

Chrysler and the United Auto Workers have officially agreed to a new four-year labor contract as the rank and file have voted in favor of the new agreement. A total of 54.8 percent of all Chrysler UAW workers gave the agreement a 'yes' vote.

43Early voting on Chrysler UAW contract not looking good

The Detroit News reports that Chrysler workers are none too happy with the proposed four-year labor agreement drawn up by the Auburn Hills automaker and the United Auto Workers. UAW Local 372 has voted against ratification of the plan, with just 45 percent of members voting for the measure. The chapter represents workers at the Chrysler Trenton Engine Complex. In addition, UAW Local 869, which serves the Chrysler Warren Stamping Plant, also vetoed the labor contract with 54 percent of workers th

46Followup: Chrysler fires 13 workers involved in drinking on the job, suspends two

A group of Chrysler employees have been in the news lately, causing a bit of a black eye for the automaker. Originally, a Detroit Fox affiliate snagged video of the UAW members really enjoying their break – by smoking weed and drinking beer. Chrysler reacted to the news swiftly, by identifying and suspending 15 employees who were ID'd in the clip. Now, after taking time to investigate the entire incident, Chrysler has put the hammer down – 13 of the Jefferson North Plant employees ha

186Chrysler UAW employees work hard play hard; busted for drinking, smoking weed during break [w/video]

Chrysler workers enjoying a break – Click above to watch video after the jump

AddUAW local leaders approve Chrysler contract, rank and file vote next

The tentative four-year labor contract between the UAW and Chrysler LLC is closer to being ratified after local UAW officials approved the deal in a vocal vote today. The Detroit News reports that there were a few local leaders who let their "No" votes be heard, but those who approved the contract ultimately carried it through. Now local UAW leaders can bring the contract to their rank and file, some 45,000 hourly workers, who ultimately have the final say over whether or not it's accepted.

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