Local UAW members claim they are still being impacted even though they are not picketing at the Arlington GM assembly plant.We’re in a tough spot right now, member Torey Loyd remarked. “No one anticipated this to occur. It’s simply unique. Simply put, everything is different.
He claims that for staff, things are currently running as usual. They are waiting to hear if they will be asked to go on strike and leave their jobs.The CEO of GM is justifying the firm’s existing stance at this time by stating that four proposals have been made.
“I’m very proud of the offer that we put on the table last night, or yesterday, because it’s a record from a perspective of a gross wage increase in our 115-year history.
Cannot Afford A Vehicle
A 20% pay increase for American auto workers over the course of four years, with 10% in the first year. It’s disrespectful to the group as a whole, according to Loyd. I began at $16.67, but you can go to Buc-ee’s nearby, where they begin at $20 to $25 an hour.
To make ends meet, Loyd claims he works six days a week doing strenuous manual labour.The majority of the people in this room, he remarked, “can’t even afford any of the vehicles that come off this assembly.” “They cost at least $70,00. To sustain our families, some of us must work two or three jobs. just to get by. At the end of the day, we must take the necessary action.