General Motors (GM), Canada's Unifor Enter Tentative Agreement
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General Motors (NYSE: GM) and Canada's Unifor have reached a tentative contract agreement. Highlights of the agreement include:
- $554 million in investments
- Secure future for all locations
- Ratification bonus
- Base wage increases
- Lump sum payments
- Conversion of SWEs to permanent status
- Improvements to new-hire program
- Benefit improvements
The Unifor newsletter on the announcement is embedded below:
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