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GM's Kansas City Plant Votes NO on New UAW Contract

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John Goreham
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
11/02/2015

General Motors' Kansas City, KA plant union membership has voted no on the new contract that its UAW representation negotiated with General Motors. We detailed the contract in our recent story. In brief, the new contract did away with the old two-tier pay system established around the time that the U.S. taxpayers bailed out GM in 2009. The new contract also offered each member an $8,000 signing bonus, profit sharing bonus, and other bonuses. The Lansing Michigan plant voted yes for the contract, with 57% of the members voting yes.

 

The contract is still viable and many more plants will be voting shortly. For more details please see the Detroit Free Press story we used as a source for this report.

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