DETROIT (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co said about 8,000 U.S. workers, represented by the United Auto Workers union, will receive an average extra wage of $4.33 an hour, under the terms of the current tariff agreed in 2019 be obtained.
Ford announced the wage increases as negotiations with the UAW for a new contract near the Sept. 14 strike deadline.
The union has rejected Ford’s latest wage increase proposals as insufficient. But Ford was the first of the Detroit Three automakers to come up with a detailed economic proposal in this deal round, while it works to fix labor conditions for unionized US automakers.
Under the 2019 Ford contract, permanent hourly manufacturing workers were eligible for a pay rise if they were hired before the 2019 contract effective date and were earning at least $24.40 an hour as of September 1, 2023, the said company in a statement with.
(Reporting by Joe White; Editing by Jason Neely)
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ford-raises-pay-8-000-124119517.html Ford is increasing wages for 8,000 UAW workers in line with the 2019 contract