Highlights of the contract include a clear path to regular full-time employment, no permanent two-tiered system, maintenance of cost of living raises and no cereal production plant shutdowns through October 2026.
For the second time this month, Kellogg Co. has reached a tentative labor agreement with the union representing striking employees at the company’s four U.S. cereal production plants. One of the plants is in Omaha.
In the midst of a national labor movement, the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America’s strike with more t…
The UAW strike contributed to the national labor movement, encouraging unions to negotiation for higher wages and better benefits.
Voting is underway for the more than 10,000 members of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Worke…
Ballots are being counted for the more than 10,000 members of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America on the third ratification vote of the over month-long strike.
As the strike passes the four-week mark, more striking Deere workers are looking for temporary employment opportunities to support themselves and their families. As the weeks drag on, savings and strike pay might not be sufficient to get union members through the holiday season.
As the UAW strike of Deere & Co. heads towards its fourth week, here's a roundup of happenings from the third full week of the strike.
As the UAW strike of Deere & Co. heads into its fourth week, here’s a roundup of happenings from the third full week of the strike.
Now that the World Series is over and the Atlanta Braves have vanquished the Houston Astros to bring the title back to the National League Eas…
An independent Pentagon review has concluded that the U.S. drone strike that killed innocent Kabul civilians and children in the final days of the Afghanistan war was not caused by misconduct or negligence.
The UAW and Deere reached a new tentative agreement on Saturday which offers improved wages and benefits compared to the initial agreement, which was overwhelmingly voted down on Oct. 10.
Streetlights at the intersection had been out since the start of the strike, according to union workers, who feel this may have contributed to decreased visibility in the dark at night and in the early morning.
Baseball’s ninth work stoppage and first in 26 years appears almost certain to start Dec. 2, freezing the free-agent market and threatening the start of spring training in February.
A roundup of the Deere strike from Oct. 18-22
Deere & Co. will continue to provide healthcare for UAW workers and pay out Continuous Improvement Pay Plan incentives earned before the strike as scheduled, the company said in a news release Friday.