The United Auto Workers scored major wins on wages, health care and temporary workers in its new tentative labor pact with General Motors Co., after calling a costly nationwide strike that has halted work at the company’s U.S. factories.
The strike will continue for now, pending a vote by a council of UAW labor leaders gathered in Detroit. These UAW officials will decide whether to end the strike immediately or continue it until the proposed contract is ratified by rank-and-file members. A decision is expected Thursday afternoon.
Source: WSJ.com: US Business