UAW auto strike: Why US Automotive CEOs make more than global competition

Posted on AllSides September 26th, 2023
From The Center
Business, UAW, CEOs

The UAW is demanding higher wages from executives. How do American pay packets get so big – and can strikers close the gap between CEO-worker compensation?

At 23:59 on 14 Sept, roughly 13,000 workers at three of the largest automakers in the US went on strike. After eight weeks of unsuccessful negotiations among the United Auto Workers union (UAW) and the companies – General Motors (GM), Ford and Stellantis – workers walked off the job when contracts expired. Thousands more workers have since joined the strike in 38 locations across 20 states,...

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