Washington, D.C.-based union that represents about 60,000 auto and other manufacturing workers says it will move its headquarters to the Dayton area by the end of the year.
Local union president said GM wants to disregard seniority when placing employees in jobs at the plant and added that workers would not return without a seniority agreement.
Canadian Auto Workers president said the union won't reach a labor agreement with GM unless the automaker commits to adding new products at its Ontario plants.
Members of a United Auto Workers union local went on strike Monday at General Motors' Fairfax facility -- hitting the plant that makes GM's popular Malibu sedan.
Union spokeswoman says the membership voted 78 percent in favor on Sunday; deal keeps Ford's labor costs essentially the same as they are now.
Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove says he's confident that union members will overwhelmingly support a tentative agreement with Ford Motor when they vote on the deal Sunday.
Members of a United Auto Workers union local in Parma, Ohio, that had threatened a strike have ratified a local contract with General Motors.
Employers cut fewer jobs in April than in recent months and the unemployment rate dropped to 5 percent, but nonetheless still revealed strains in the nation's crucial labor market.
In an unprecedented move toward ensuring stability in a volatile industry, Ford and the Canadian Auto Workers reached a three-year tentative agreement, four months ahead of schedule.
Officials with Latrobe Specialty Steel say they'll use temporary workers to continue production while 350 union steelworkers are on strike.
Striking workers at American Axle said they have been told the union and the auto parts supplier are close to a deal that could end a two-month strike.
Struggling commercial printer announced plans Thursday to shed hundreds of jobs as part of its ongoing three-year restructuring.
Strike that lasted 16 days at an Alliance Interiors plant near Lansing ended Thursday with workers approving their first labor contract.
Labor Department reports number of newly laid off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits soared last week to 380,000.
Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove says he expects Chrysler and General Motors to agree to new contracts similar to a recent deal with automaker Ford.
Hiring announcement comes as consumer advocates and lawmakers blast the agency for lax oversight, the drug industry pushes for swifter approval of their products and medical experts decry the lack of regulatory resources.
Labor Department reported Wednesday that employers’ costs to hire and retain workers grew at a slower pace in the first three months of this year.
United Auto Workers official says more than 30 percent of workers at the Chrysler Kenosha Engine Plant are slated to retire this year under a buyout program.
Catalyst Paper said it will cut 227 jobs at its two largest mills amid rising input costs and fibre shortages.
Canadian Auto Workers official who is angry over the job cuts planned by GM at its Ontario truck plant says politicians need to 'get up off their asses' and end what he calls unfair trade practices.
Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove said the deal freezes wages and cuts vacation pay, but avoids changes to base wages.
Automaker says the local at the Mansfield, Ohio, metal stamping plant decided not to strike Monday morning and told the company it would give a 12-hour notice before any walkout.
American Axle reported a $27 million first-quarter loss as executives repeated threats to move production elsewhere if they can't reach a deal to end a two-month strike by the United Auto Workers.
Hundreds of United Auto Workers members rallied outside the annual shareholders meeting, blocking traffic, carrying picket signs and jeering vehicles carrying people to the meeting.