Navigating Unrest: The UAW Standoff with Auto Titans and the Crucial Buffer of Temporary Staffing

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The United Auto Workers (UAW) and The Big Three auto manufacturers, General Motors (GM), Ford Motor (Ford), and Stellantis, the maker of Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep, locked horns in an epic 40-day work stoppage that caused $10.4 billion in economic losses.

How Did The UAW Get To This Point

On one side of the strike was an aggressive new union president, Shawn Fain. Fain took a hard stance on behalf of auto workers and showed no restraint as he registered his opinions to the press. According to Reuters, Fain said, “We’re done taking their crap and the scraps they want

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