UAW members reject new agreement with John Deere
BPC Staff Oct 11, 2021 | 3:55 pm
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Des Moines Register: Members of the United Auto Workers overwhelmingly rejected a new six-year collective bargaining agreement with Deere & Co. on Sunday. UAW Vice President Chuck Browning said 90% of members voted against a contract that the two sides proposed. He said UAW International staff, along with presidents and chairs of nine locals, will return to the bargaining table today. Some locals in Iowa posted on Facebook that workers will go on strike if Deere doesn’t meet the UAW’s demands by the end of Wednesday. The last strike among Deere workers was in 1986.
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