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UAW-Chrysler profit sharing history, 1986-2017
October 22, 2015
FCA US is pleased that UAW members have voted to ratify a new four-year national labor agreement. This agreement represents an investment in our U.S. workforce and recognizes its contributions to the Company’s growth over the past six years.
FCA US confirms that it has reached a new tentative agreement with the UAW. Because the agreement is subject to UAW member ratification, the Company cannot discuss the specifics of the agreement pending a vote by UAW members.
FCA US confirms that it has received strike notification from the UAW. The Company continues to work with the UAW in a constructive manner to reach a new agreement.
FCA US is disappointed that UAW members voted not to ratify the tentative agreement. The bargaining teams on both sides worked hard, for many days and nights, to craft a transformational agreement that would adequately reward the commitment of our workforce while ensuring the Company’s continued success and competitiveness. Striking the right balance in these two objectives has been the most difficult thing to accomplish in these negotiations, but after many hours of dialogue and debate between the UAW and FCA US leadership, the Company felt that a just and equitable compromise had been reached.
September 15, 2015
FCA US LLC confirms that it has reached a tentative agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement with the UAW, covering approximately 40,000 represented members. The agreement is subject to UAW member ratification. At this time, the Company cannot discuss the specifics of the agreement pending a ratification vote - an internal UAW process.
September 15, 2015
FCA US LLC confirms that its current contract with the UAW will be extended on an hour by hour basis as bargaining continues.
FCA US LLC confirms that it has been selected as the company to set pattern on a collective bargaining agreement with the UAW.
U.S. UAW hourly and salaried year-end total employment.
July 14, 2015
FCA US and the UAW officially opened negotiations today on a new collective bargaining agreement for its 39,000 represented employees with a ceremonial handshake at the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center in Detroit.
FCA US and the UAW will formally recognize the opening of negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement, Tuesday, July 14. Executives from both the Company and the Union will participate.
2015 Labor Negotiations